Elephant Ear Plants

Elephant ears and Spider plants

Zone Deer Park,Texas | oneofsixksh added on January 31, 2018 | Answered

How to thin them out without hurting other plants and soil?

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Answered on February 1, 2018

It will not hurt them to remove some of the bulbs, or plants. Both can be thinned out, but I would wait until they are not actively growing. If they do not have a rest period where you are, then it can be ok to do this at any time. Just dig the plants, and bulbs out as you would normally.

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