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Re: Caladiums

Ah, Auralie...I missed the pot part.  Well, just haul them in and
stash them under a table or something - that's what I do.  Leave
whatever foliage is still on them until it dries up and then remove
it.  Once the foliage has dried off, you can stack the pots on top of
each other if you need to save floorspace.

If I'm dilatory enough, I often find they have started to sprout when
I go to unearth and repot them in spring - which is a good thing as
it's hard to tell top from bottom on them.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Aplfgcnys@aol.com
> Thanks, Marge.  These are in pots - a lot of pots.  I ended up with
a lot of 
> tubers
> this year because I ordered them from the wholesaler for an event
and they 
> didn't
> arrive until after the event.  They have been really spectacular,
but don't 
> look good
> now.  I'll try to find time to bring the pots in now - just let
them sit 
> until next spring
> and see what happens.
> Thanks for all the info.
> Auralie

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