Have you ever heard about growing kiwi inside of a banana?
You don’t need to slice the banana and kiwi in the middle, but their ends. Next, you take that piece of a plant and place it in the other, or sort of push them together. This is the moment when a process begins and changes the genetic structure of the plant.
The video in this article also explains the two pieces of fruit flesh should be put together and their seeds touching. This step is very important because it allows the seeds gently rub one another and promote the reproductive process. If the seeds don’t touch it won’t work.
Place in soil the two pieces of fruit that are touching one another. The reproductive process can continue uninterrupted after pieces are covered. An inch of soil is enough. It takes about a week for the healing process to occur, but then they begin to grow as one fruit.
After about two weeks it begins to sprout up above the surface of the dirt, growing just like a root vegetable and then after about three weeks time it matures into a full fruit.
The banana usually hardens up a bit and the kiwi releases juices that surround the banana. When you harvest it, you will see that it has that protective peal of a banana, but when you cut into it, it has that beautiful green flesh of the kiwi. The taste is a delicate balance of the two.
Slice them and place them on a fruit salad or eat it on its own.
These hybrids can be grown almost anywhere. It is recommendable to grow them indoor.