Cavendish bananas were named after William Cavendish, 6th Duke of Devonshire. Though they were not the first known banana specimens in Europe, in around 1834 Cavendish received a shipment of bananas (from Mauritius) courtesy of the chaplain of Alton Towers (then the seat of the Earls of Shrewsbury). His head gardener and friend, Sir Joseph Paxton cultivated them in the greenhouses of Chatsworth House. The plants were botanically described by Paxton as Musa cavendishii, after the Duke.For his work Paxton won a medal at the 1835 Royal Horticultural Society show.
1540 Box Per Day
If order is confirmed we will reimburse the sample cost
13 Kg Corrugated boxes
Minimum 4 Hands & Maximum 6 Hands