When Do You Transplant Elephant Ears?

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You should transplant elephant ears from outside to inside your house when temperatures are going to go below freezing. Elephant ears cannot survive freezing temperatures. You can either dig up and store the bulbs or treat the elephant ear as a houseplant for the winter months.
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