A Musa vellutina inflorescence with rose-pink bracts and yellow flowers
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Musa velutina

Naturalized in Colombia. This ornamental banana is edible and ready to eat when it opens by itself exposing the pulp with seeds. Photographed in the central Andes mountain range of Colombia (Cordillera Central).

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Rose-pink and purple Musa vellutina bracts surrounding erect yellow flowers with white filaments and brown anthers
Musa vellutina inflorescence with red-pink and purple bracts with yellow flowers
Musa vellutina inflorescence with red-pink and purple bracts with yellow flowers in sunlight
Musa vellutina inflorescence with red-pink and purple bracts around yellow flowers on the top of the inflorescence and dark pink fruit at the bottom of the inflorescence
Musa vellutina inflorescence with red-pink and purple bracts with yellow flowers and hairy pink fruit
Musa vellutina inflorescence with red-pink around yellow flowers on the top of the inflorescence and dark pink fruit at the bottom of the inflorescence
Open Musa vellutina banana peels with white pulp
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