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Tuberose the easy way

publication date: Aug 1, 2005
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Tuberoses are high-value flowers that bloom in late summer and fall. Their powerful fragrance and pure white blooms make them a favorite of florists and consumers alike. But they are hardy only to Zone 7, which means growers in colder zones need to dig the tubers up in fall, store them in a frost-free place all winter and replant them in spring. Also, the plants' strappy foliage doesn't shade out weeds, so they can be high-maintenance during the growing season, too.



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