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20 YO Musa basjoo issues

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I have 4 Musa basoo.

2 are humongus, the other 2 are their 3 YO pups but big already.

One in the back has been having 3-4 flowers yearly.

I also have sikkimensis, ornata and itinerans.

The basoos always come out first, this year the other 3 beat them.

The huge one in the front should have 4 stalks 3 feet high by now and it has a 2 inch pup.

Anyway you get the picture.

1) It’s not the cold, they have taken 15 for a week at times and down to 6 before.

2) 3 are far away  in my backyard and 1 in the front yard. So it’s not a localized issue. I have not seen rodents or moles or animals.

3) The one in the front has 3-4 small mushrooms on top of it’s mulch.

4) I was thinking the matts are old and have reached the end but the 2 young ones are hardly out too.

Look at the pic of one of the 2 big ones last year.IMG_4133.thumb.jpeg.3d80ccf9145117807d054542e19a6aa2.jpeg

If you have an idea please share and thxs





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