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by TAS on January 19, 2006 04:57 AM
Hello I am beggin for some insight on my baby...... We transplanted the banana plant over the weekend....... The soil was soaked so we mixed in dry soil to dry it out a little It seemed to work well till this morning...... I have 4 leaves that where diein that are shriveled and dead no problem.... But the new shoot on the top is limp and falling over.. What HAve I done wrong or what do I do HELP>>>>>>>>> [dunno] [scaredy]
by Marian on January 19, 2006 05:45 AM
It could be just a brief wilting due to the transplanting . I would let it dry out more and keep it in a shady place . Bananas can be let go dormant and restarted in the spring . How old of a plant is it ?

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