Answer: You can transplant yours into the garden in full sun if the soil
is moist, or part shade if the soil's on the dry side. If left in
the ground the "claws" (tubers) will multiply and you can dig
and divide them after the foliage dies down in the autumn. Since they are not cold hardy, you will need to lift them and store them over the winter if you want to keep them going. They usually bloom in the summer when planted in the garden, but can be forced to bloom in the spring if kept in pots.
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