Originally Posted by subsonicdrone
thanks for the update
i guess it will remain a mystery until it flowers
here are a couple pics of my seed grown plant
i did mix up my seeds so the id of musa thomsonii is a guess at this point
as a side note, i have been watching a youtuber from gainesville who hunts for fossils and antique bottles in the area
keep an eye out for megalodon sharks teeth when you are driving the backroads!
especially where the rain has exposed the gravel (creeks are good too)
its the one on the right... the last couple photos show how it grew out of the red underside to the leaf trait
it has the ear like lobes where the petiole meets the leaf blade
Looks exactly like the one I grew as Musa thomsonii years ago. Beautiful plant!
I've seen people searching for shark's teeth in Hogtown Creek. You can find them there!