My banana "grove" is next to the pigpen/tomato garden and has just doubled in size from 2 to 4 plants. One of my orginal plants has produced two suckers which are growing nicely. This is the same plant that was cut in half with a machete after a freeze killed the uncovered top section. (I had piled the ever present pink carpet around the bottom half for freeze protection)
Bananas like lots of water and fertile soil so these guys are in a pretty good spot. They benefit from the pig pen nutrients and get watered daily as I water my tomatoes, squash, and peppers. This morning, there's a thunderstorm with rain happening, so I get to skip the watering today...finally!
I eat bananas almost every day...such a convenient food.
Jr. loves 'em in 'nanner puddin', but I prefer them fresh best. Of course, dipped in your favorite yogurt, smothered in ice cream, sliced on cereal, and mixed into a peanut butter sandwich come to mind also.
Oh...and banana burgers. Those are good too.