How to dig up for overwintering?
I've never planted nanas in the ground before this year so I've never had to dig them up.
Is there anything special I need to know about it? What happens if the roots got very big and I end up cutting them with the shovel?
I do NOT want to kill these guys. They're worth digging up and planting again every year just to be able to look outside and see nanas in Maryland. And of course to eat the fruit one day!