Originally Posted by Tropicallvr
Where the mature leafs curl in to meet the petiole fits the description of Musa balbisiana. Looks almost exactly like a mystery one that I had last year that took 110F for a few days in full dry sun, and didn't even flintch.
The pseudostem even has the yellowish coloration near the top that M. balbisiana does, and I have considered that. The black line where the petioles clasp the pseudostem are characteristic of M. balbisiana too. The leaves are just way too upright for M. balbisiana though. Perhaps a hybrid of M. balbisiana and M. textilis?