How Do Bananas Reproduce?

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Bananas grow asexually, they do not come from seeds. Banana plants grow flowers and reproduce just like other flowering plants. Before arriving in Europe, bananas grew in Costa Rica.
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Cultivated banana plants reproduce asexually. Because of this, there isn't much diversity amongst bananas. Bananas reproduce through a practice called budding. You can find more information here: http://wwww.cirad.fr/presentation/programmes/biotrop/resultats/biositecirad/banana.htm
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