I did finally get my trees, got them transplanted and hardened off. Everyone survived and has new growth. I'm very pleased with how well these trees have done.
Lime and Lemon (I know that it looks like there isn't enough soil in that pot but I swear I filled it up).
I learned from this experience that banana trees are very picky and touchy. The first evening I went to harden them off in a shaded area, they actually started to wilt after 10 minutes of being outside. So I quickly learned that it was an open window to start, then night time air, then morning sun, etc. But they are doing very well after the shock of being ripped apart. When I separated them, their stalks were flush against each other and the roots were so tangled I had to wash all the soil from them and work from there. I really didn't expect them to survive, but they are doing fine after spending two weeks hardening them off.
Now if I can just capture one of the blooms on the pomegranate that does that flower justice, I'll be doing good. =)