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Re: Peltandra virginica

-----Original Message-----
From: MJ Hatfield <oneota@ames.net>
To: ju-bo@msn.com <ju-bo@msn.com>
Date: Sunday, November 28, 1999 3:19 PM
Subject: Peltandra virginica

Dear MJ,
Here in Florida they do not seem to go dormant!!!   Wish I knew what they do
further North---Sorry!

>What can any of you tell me about dormancy for Peltandra virginica?
Mine, in pots, look as if they would like to be left alone and allowed
to go dormant. If so, I should take them out of the sunspace and put
them in the much cooler, and darker, garage.


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