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Re: Colocasia "Black Magic" - reverting?

In fact I have and it did.  Thanks all for the advice.  At least there's 
one plant I won't have to replace this year.  Furthermore, I'm glad to see 
it can be stored safely over the winter.

Now one more question:  The tuber didn't sprout from the center.   Instead 
there are smaller Colocasias growing fromt he sides of the tuber.  Can the 
be safely separated now that they each have about 2 or 3 leaves or is it 
too late and should I wait until the end of the season when the tuber is 
dug up?

I do plan to grow it in direct sunlight.  It appears that's the way to get 
the largest tubers possible.  That was the advice last year and it worked.


At 01:07 PM 5/17/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Put your Colocasia in bright light...  They will take full sun...  Then it
>should get dark again....
>Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
>Your Source for Tropical Araceae
>Go to <http://www.macconnect.com/~plantnut>

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