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Re: Elephant ear

If I need to find plenty of inexpensive readily available Xanthosoma tubers for planting all I need to do is go to my local supermarket and find them in the produce bin marked "yautia".
BTW local east asian markets have seasonally available (fall) magnificent tubers, unfortunately just below blooming size, of "Suran" - Amorphophallus paeoniifolius. I heard these are grown in the Carribean for markets in the States.
Bonaventure Magrys
New Jersey
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