Who else is growing this? The foliage is beautiful and really has a tropical look. I understand it's a pest in Florida; here in New Orleans it gets killed off every few years by a hard frost but the vines come back from the tubers that have dropped to the ground - they seem to be a lot more resistant to cold. Never any flowers, though.
I am on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
I grow Air Potato in a large pot &
let it climb up the west end of my
greenhouse. Helps keep my greenhouse cool in the afternoon.
Not one of my favorite, but it works
as sun blocker.
I love the air potato. Beautiful foliage and with luck a few potatoes on the vine. In Iowa we don't have enough time for the potatoes to get any size to them and I've found that the bigger the seed potato, the bigger the leaves. We also don't have to worry about it becoming a pest here as it freezes away each year. I started one in the house one spring a little earlier than I should have and it soon began to take over the place. I'm not sure I would want to grow one in the house unless you planned on cutting it back every few days. :-)