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516. Abyssinian Ensete in a garden in Teneriffe.

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Musa Ensete, Gmel., is the most ornamental of the genus, but its fruit is not edible. It was first discovered by Bruce more than a century ago; and seeds of it were sent to Kew in 1853 by Walter Plowden. British Consul at Massowa. Like the Banana, it

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Media ID 5100925

Date: 2nd June 2011

Filename: MN_516-004440LA090603_00008.jpg

Image Size: 5820 x 8544 Pixels

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Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords:  art  artist  banana  consul  flowers  garden  kew  leaves  marianne north  massowa  painting  teneriffe  walter plowden