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Jackson, TN

October 1, 2008
10:18 PM

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I enjoyed your article on A.titanum. The culture sheet gave me answers to questions I have as to the care of my A. titanum with cold weather approaching. I have a juvenile plant about 4 feet tall that has spent the summer in the greenhouse, where the temp was allowed to reach the low 100's for short periods of time. My plant has not entered into dormancy yet. I have the heater setting at 60 degrees F. We are leaving for 4 days, and I am nervous about leaving A.t. with night temps in the 40's outside the greenhouse. Should I put it in the house?
Thanks again for the good information.

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