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Old 03-01-2009, 09:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy frozen

i just got two bananas in the mail a orinoco and a ensete when i open the package they where frozen solid leaves mushy and black i choped all the leaves off unflawed them in luke warm water and planted them the orinoco i choped the pstem in half and in less than a day it shot up a half inch out of the middle of the stem that one i think will be ok the ensete maurelii is the one im worried about it is kind of mushy but still alive i have it under grow lamps it is only mushy where i cut the leaves off the rest looks kind of good for what it went threw anyone has any advise or anyone ever have a freeze problem they can tell or show me pictures so i can tell if the plant is ok i have pictures in my photo gallery of the 2 plants if it dont make it anyone got an extra maurelii they could spare
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Old 03-01-2009, 10:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Don't give up. Where there is sign of life, it is not yet ready for the big compost heap.
P.S. Don't overwater!!!!!
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