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Re: Ginger Pics/Zem

Thanks Zem, my yard is pretty open.  Gets hit hard with winds  also.  Will 
have to think this over,  I am taking in the  pulmeria.  I understand that I am 
not suppose to water it once I have it in  a cool, dark place.  The Banana 
plants I will take up and store..  And  also the elephant ears.  At least I will 
have a head start for next  year.  I also have to take in my palms and Bird of 
paradise... Looks like I  have a lot to do!!  LOL
Thanks again
In a message dated 10/17/2005 7:47:15 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
zsanders@midsouth.rr.com writes:

I don't  do anything to them.  They've been planted in my backyard for about 
6  years.  Mine are all Hedychiums.  I've got coral, pink, white and a  new 
raspberry.  The old ones came from Plant Delights, and the  catalog said zone 
7.  I think I mulched them last year, but I usually  don't get around to it. 
They are currently in too much shade between a  150-year-old pecan tree and a 
fence, but that probably gives them some  protection.  I haven't had any 
zone 7
West  TN

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