True. But then, if we want to talk about the banana tree's part individually (though all), we use each and not every.
BBC clarifies it-
We tend to use each if we are thinking about members of a group individually, and every if we are thinking of them in total.
Compare the following:
We gave each child who came to the party a present. We handed them out one by one.
We gave every child who came to the party a present We gave them all a present.
Found the exact phrase from the book Hawaiian Heritage Plants where it says each part is usable one or the other way.