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Re: Jim's new picture links

In a message dated 7/12/04 6:42:09 PM, jsinger@igc.org writes:

<< I'll get you one when I get Cathey's, Ceres. But no idea what the 
variety is. >>

Jim, you are so thoughtful.  I have one variety planted in my off site garden 
and have no place to plant it at home.  It is a beauty, have no place to 
plant another but thank you.
    What's you thought on how to over winter  alocasia and colocasia?  One 
gardener said he thought a shiny leafed one should not be allowed to go dormant. 
 Any value in that?  I did allow my black magic go dormant last winter and it 
did come back however it is not shiny.  I do have a shiny leafed one which 
overwinters in the garden room in growing form.

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