Answer: It is possible the seeds will germinate, but an even better way might be to separate the root mass and plant a few of the divisions. I can't identify the plant for you (even if I saw it, there are many types of musa available and all are very similar), but a large specimen does seem to indicate it was happy growing in your area. So, try separating the roots and planting them; sow the seeds in moistened potting soil (about twice as deep as they are wide) and keep them warm (70F). Hope you get lots of new little trees from your rescue operation.
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