Banana patch ethnogarden clean-up

An active, living ethnogarden seems to me to be an essential component of any ethnobotanical course. The banana patch is part of the ethnobotanical collection at the college. The following is a photo-essay on the session.

The banana patch was a sea of Clidemia hirta

Siorine hand pulls Clidemia hirta

Yostrick works at the base of a hybrid


Mitch pulling Clidemia hirta

LynnJella 

Joyleen

Mary-Ann cleans the dead leaves off of a banana

Joyleen cuts a dead banana

Mitch at work

Dana

Joyleen

Dana, LynnJella

Ann-Julie wants nothing of the photo documentation

Jon Jovi

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