Leave curcuma alismatifolia in ground for winter?

prairie2jungle(9a TX)December 2, 2005

I have several curcuma alismatifolia (siam tulips) in the ground, in zone 9A (Houston area). Which is the better bet: leave them in the ground for the winter or dig them up and store them dry? They are in a slightly raised bed which drains well, but the winter here is sometimes pretty rainy. Thanks for any suggestions --

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lac1361(z9a Lake Charles, LA)

In the ground is fine where you are


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