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Add Tropical Flair to Your Kirkwood Garden With Madeira

Here's how to take care of a perennial Black Elephant Ear that contrasts beautifully with bright flowers and foliage.

Bring tropical drama to your garden and containers with Madeira, a velvety ebony-leaved vixen you'll long to touch. It's huge dark leaves contrasts and complements brightly colored foliage and flowers. Water well when first planted, tolerant of considerable drought when established. An application of mulch in fall will ensure winter survival. Grows 2-3.' Hardy in zones 6-10, that means St. Louis.

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