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sandrajj, have you tried potting them and putting a band of copper wire around the pot so the snails don't get them? I have orchids I need to do this with - the snails like the flowers a lot.
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Unfortunately, I gave up on my plant and replaced it with something else. Next time, copper wire!
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Debbie Dailey Bemos
We live in southwest Florida, within one mile of the gulf. We have plenty of your paddle plants. Very low maintenance and they thrive beautifully with extremely little attention. We have them in both full and partial sun. We call them "manatee tails".
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