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One look at an elephant ear plant and it is plain to see where the name comes from. These impressive plants are perfect for making grand statements in almost any yard. Often serving as focal points or creating lush, tropical gardens, elephant ears have been a fan favorite for many years. They can even be planted in pots and grown indoors under the right conditions.
Alocasia and Colocasia plants both derive from the Araceae family of plants. Both species of elephant ears have large striking leave held up high with their long thick stems. While they are extremely similar visually and growing wise, they have a few ways to distinguish them from each other.Read more Elephant Ear Articles
Planting Elephant Ears in Pots and Containers
The first aspect you need to know concerning elephant ears is that they are extremely sensitive to the cold. If they get hit with a frost, even a mild frost it is highly probable that you will lose them. So, if you're growing them in zones 1 to zones 6 you need to bring these plants inside when the night time temperatures start to dip into the 50s.Read more Elephant Ear Articles
How to Overwinter Elephant Ears in The Winter
Knowing how to store elephant ears in winter is vital if you want your plants to survive until the next year. These beautiful plants originate from tropical climates therefore they are not cold hardy and do not survive cold winters or frost.The zone you live in will determine how you can care for your elephant ears during the winter months.