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RE: habitat/ponds/plants

Even some of them will survive in a saucer of water near a bright
window. (Taro come to mind)

I got ill at the end of last season and lost many of my tropical... was
just too sick to go out there and get them indoors. 


> Not Chris, but we regularly overwinter tropicals indoors under lights
> in the basement (DH's idea...not mine!) We have cannas bloom down
> and dragonflies hatch...
> Cathy
> On Tuesday, January 27, 2004, at 07:18 PM, EvaTEsq@aol.com wrote:
> > Chris, do you overwinter any pond plants indoors, or do you let the
> > non-hardy
> > ones die & buy new plants?
> >
> > Eva
> > Long Island, NY
> > Zone 6/7
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