How To Winter Over Your Elephant Ear Plants

Every year we grow our Elephant Ear Plants in Pots outside for the summer and then we bring them inside for the winter. Our largest Elephant Ear that we grow at Logee’s is Colocasia esculenta ‘Thai Giant.’ Its impressive leaves measure up to 48 inches across and the show gets more dramatic as the leaves reach their mature size. Horticulturist Byron Martin of Logee’s explains in depth how to winter over your ‘Thai Giant’ in the video below.

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2 responses to “How To Winter Over Your Elephant Ear Plants

  1. Melissa

    Thank you so much for posting these over wintering videos. This year will be my first attempt. Crossing my fingers the plants survive.

    Thank you

  2. houseplant guru

    These videos are great. I learn better by being shown what to do, rather than just being told. I’m sure others will benefit greatly from being shown also. Thanks.

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