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Old 04-10-2019, 02:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Can these bananas be saved

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Transplanted them a few weeks ago from pots inside to outside. That weeks temps got into mid 30s. Is there any way to save them?
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Keep them appropriately watered and be patient. You should be fine. If it gets close to freezing again, put a shelter over them and provide a little heat (25 watt light bulb will probably be enough).
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They'll be just fine. A few leaves burned off but new ones will grow. They look to have enough size that there will be sufficient energy in the "trunk" to keep on trucking. Don't overwater while the temps are under 50-70 is my tip.
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