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Old 09-11-2019, 04:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I woke up in this morning and my banana plant was looking like thi!
I though it need some water so i pour some water on it.
After 10 hours it still looking like this please help
I never fertilized my banana and only give used aquarium water to my all plants!
I live in florida st augustine the plants are outside all the with a little shade cloth
This is my plant right now https://imgur.com/a/6VVhSsI
Dwarf cavendish banan purchased from home depot 4 months ago
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Old 09-11-2019, 04:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I woke up in this morning and my banana plant was looking like thi!
I though it need some water so i pour some water on it.
After 10 hours it still looking like this please help
I never fertilized my banana and only give used aquarium water to my all plants!
I live in florida st augustine the plants are outside all the with a little shade cloth
This is my plant right now https://imgur.com/a/6VVhSsI
Dwarf cavendish banan purchased from home depot 4 months ago
They do that under heat stress..which is normal with the heat we are having .

Mine look like that often.
Once you water the plant and the sun goes down it will perk up.
Usaully.

Check the plant out in the morning......it should look shiny new.
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Old 09-11-2019, 04:57 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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I hope i will check back in the morning with an updated picture
When its hot outside the leaves always folding down every day but just a littlebit but never Folding this much down
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Water it, and a bigger pot?
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UPDATE i checked it in the morning at 6:45 before work it is still looking the same!
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I share Cincinnana's opinion. I've had that happen when I didn't water the plant on time and the weather became hot. The roots will shrink when the soil gets too dry. It'll take the roots some time to recover to their size prior to drying out, if not develop new roots, to be able to uptake more fluids. It shouldn't cause it to wilt any further. Just water it when the top 3/4" of the soil is dry. Also, moving it to a bright area that is not in direct sunlight might help it.
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