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sashaeffer

Registered: June 2011
Location: Omaha, NE
Posts: 124
Wed June 29, 2011 4:26am

So when you bring them in for the winter, you cut them down it appears? and just put pot and all in dark place with minimal water?
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Registered: January 2010
Location: Central WIsconsin USA
Posts: 162
Wed June 29, 2011 7:05am

I had to cut them down as i only had a 9ft ceiling. However the soil stayed to moist and my large ones rotted. The key is to make sure you have a very well draining soil and it is not wet as the roots will rot. I have grow lights in my shed and keep it heated as I also have a few palms otherwise I heard you can pull them keep them in the dark and mist every couple of months and then replant in the spring. I think I will try this next year. They have to be kept at or under 50degrees so they go dormant.

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