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For you Eskimos, bringing in Tropicals for the winter

Christiansted, VI(Zone 11)

Teehee, please take no offence, I am cold-intolerant. Cold is below 75* farenheit. I almost didn't live through my childhood in Virginia from sunlight deprivation.

Anyway, does anyone have a Mandevella vine that lives dormant in a bright basement until spring again? I'm trying to help someone who's never done this before.

Thanks in advance!!

Baytown, TX(Zone 9a)

No, but I have one that lives in my "hut" that gets turned into a makeshift gh for the winter sometime in Nov. thru March. So far it's made it! It doesn't go dormant, but our winters only get down to 28 for a few hours at a time.

I understand the Virgina living. We were landlocked for about four and a half years in the Woodbridge area in the early seventies! It was wonderful to get back to warmer weather and the wonderful salt air!

This message was edited Sep 14, 2009 1:41 AM

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Christiansted, VI(Zone 11)

Cute hut!

Thanks

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