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Elephant Ears

I had purchased a couple large Elephant Ears bulbs/tubers a few years ago and
planted them.  They grew quite nicely but of course the tuber died in the
winter, though I had read to lift the bulb out for winter.  I'm lazy.  <shrug>
This year I thought I would plant them in planters.  How large must the
planter be?  What about soil?  Other tips?  Thanks!

NOT the HGTV Dream Home Winner nor Runner Up nor
a Cash Prize Winner.  Just little old me.
Upstate NY, Zone 6

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