Saving Caladiums

mommanature(z5)October 2, 2013

This past summer I purchased 3 bags of caladium bulbs for $1 each at Walmart. I put them in my garden and hoped for the best. They were spectacular! Now that Western New York is headed for the deep freeze, I am wondering how I can save the bulbs/corms/whatever for next year. I've already dug them out in case we get an early snow. Thanks for any help on what medium or container to keep them in.

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There is a link below. Also I found this topic had been discussed some time ago on this forum.

Here's a youtube video on storing Caladiums

Here is a link that might be useful: overwintering Caladiums

    Bookmark   October 13, 2013 at 7:53PM
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