Bananas are actually considered to be both herbs and plants.
While they are without a doubt identified as a fruit, they also contain the seeds of a plant. Because bananas that are grown for commercial purposes are sterilized, the seeds are reduced to nothing more than a barley-visible speck.
These fruits grow on one of the largest herbaceous plants in the entire world, despite the misconception most people hold which is that that they grow on traditional plants.
The reason that the banana plant is called a â€œtreeâ€ is because its stem does not consist of a wood tissue in the traditional sense.