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I have resisted a Jack's Giant for a long time, because of lack of space. I found this plant for 10 dollars and couldn't resist, reasoning that it could be controlled by pot size. When I got it home to transplant it, I found there is no bulb or tuber - just roots. Is it a tissue culture plant? Now it seems to have a few very tiny babies on it. I have an 18 gallon pot to move it up to, when it is ready. Will it form a bulb, or tuber?
Do Jack's Giants need lots of water? Could it be grown in a artificial bog, like sitting in a child's swimming pool (minus the child)? I have one of the hard plastic pools I grow other pots of tropicals in, I could get this big fella his own pool.
Any help is appreciated. I don't post much, but I read a lot.