The banana plant reminds me of Don Quixote fighting at the windmills. Don't you think? This Banana Quixote attacks the apple tree branches.
By now, the Mama's banana grove ought to be pruned back. The rain and the muddy ground have kept me from doing the job. When it's not raining, the temperatures have been in the 30s in the early mornings. I was going to say that's cold for us, but that's only because we forget from one winter to the next.
Anyway, this year I've learned that icy temperatures burn the banana fronds dry, just like not watering would. Interesting, huh?
|Click here to see what the grove looks like the rest of the year.|
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I love this! And you are totally right with that picture- it does look like Don Quixote to me. Wishing you a beautiful week. :)ReplyDelete
Cool! It's not just me then.Delete
To Dream the impossible dream.....you'll be able to fight that windmill sooner or laterReplyDelete
Lately I feel like those windmills are here now.Delete
I wrote about Don Quixote on abcw a while ago and the the picture reminds me of one of the illustrations I posted...I'll have have a flashback and try and find it,ReplyDelete
I do hope the bananas survive frost can be relentless on delicate plants.
love n hugs,
I remember your Don Quixote post and the illustration. When I saw my photo, it reminded me of the illustration. Like minds we are.Delete
The banana grove has always come back. What I need to do is prune off the molted (right word?) parts once the rain has stopped.
it indeed looks like that story ;-) Well chosen and thought of.ReplyDelete
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Thanks, Melody. :-)Delete
The Banana Skins of La Mancha! :)ReplyDelete
Looks like another land . . .ReplyDelete
It does look like Don Quixote. Blessings!ReplyDelete
I didn't realize that this was a banana plant I thought it was a tree where somebody had hang on rags ! lol !ReplyDelete
hahahahaha. Love it.Delete
I tilt at windmills a LOT!ReplyDelete
It builds character, right?Delete
I looked up Don Quixote's famous windmill scene and you are absolutely right! Also checked out your link to the banana grove in happier times. Wow! Very interesting post!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Carol. :-)Delete
Wow..i never knew such places are there....looks differentReplyDelete
There is a "Letter Writing Challenge" starting from the 30th of January. It would be amazing if you could participate.
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Thanks for the invitation, DeeDee. I'll consider it.Delete