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November 06, 2004


Nope. Apparently not. sigh.

Here's my advice... with the caveat that it has been 10 years since I've messed with water plants and I never grew any lilies. :-)

I would keept it wet on the porch and let it stay there for another month, being careful to not let the water freeze. I imagine as it gets colder it will stop growing completely. Then you can lift it out and store it, maybe wrapped in newspaper in a container and on an inner wall of the house for some limited warmth. Make sense?

Thanks. It does seem to have gone dormant. When the temps on the porch drop dramatically, I'm going to try your advice. (Usually around January we start to get skim ice out there, right around then, I think.)

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