Since so many of us grow tropicals out of there hardiness zones much of the cultural information available to us is inaccurate. How much light can the EEars tolerate, what are your fertilizing schedules, how much do you water? Maybe most importantly, how do you get them to survive over winter? Let's share our experiences.
Xanthosoma sagittifolium is supposed to like full to part shade. Here I find they like part sun to part shade better. Morning sun has worked well.
When I grow Callas in ground, full sun, planted deep, lots of mulch and water are the rule. When in pots full sun means watering at least once a day in the heat of summer. Part sun seems to work better.
Love those Ears
Musa cavendish Nana-2010 and '11 w/ Musa Basjoo Won't get nearly as big this year, but I got 3 pups!
Zantedeschia albomaculata tuber-2010