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By Panman
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I love those. My mother would give me hers every Christmas after it finished flowering and I would plant it outside. Here in Georgia it comes back every year in the garden.
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By DragonsEye
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I’ve never been able to get those to rebloom. So wind up treating them just as disposable plants.
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Where are you located? They basically need a fairly cool winter dormancy. Like I said, I plant mine outside in Georgia with the crown about 4 inches below the surface.
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I put mine in the same cooler in my garage as my Venus fly traps and let it hibernate from Oct thru Jan.
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