No. They need to be protected from frost. if you are growing in pots then just take the pots inside your garage or heated greenhouse. Don’t let the temperature go above 10 degrees centigrade. If you dig the tubers out of the ground then store them in a multi-purpose compost. Keep them barely moist.
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