Shipped in freezing temperatures
I know nothing about banana plants, but my parents bought me a Dwarf Lady Finger banana. Unfortunately, it came today, when the temperatures didn't get above freezing at all, and the poor little thing was out in the mailbox for probably eight or nine hours. It was only packaged in a cardboard priority mail box, with a couple of layers of paper towel and then a plastic bag wrapped tightly with masking-type tape around the roots. Is there any hope for it?