Now that it is near the middle of August, both my bananas and gunneras are close to their height for the year. The Musa basjoos are probably a bit over 6ft, and might gain another 2ft, and the gunneras are done growing their leaves and should only increase the size of their corms for the rest of the year to store food for next year.
This is the banana plant that had a corm that survived.
Here's the one that died back to the ground which seems to have a smaller main stem, but larger pups, and more proliferation which is likely because the main stem took too long to start drawing the energy from it's corm.
Both plants together
Here's it's flower stalk. I doubt the seeds are that viable since I don't ever see seedlings all over the place.
Here are a couple pictures of the division that I took in the spring and put in a 15 gallon container. I did this just as an experiment to see how well it would grow in a very large container.