These beautiful Fancy-leaved Caladium plants will produce a wide-variety of colored foliage, from bright red, pink, green and white variegated leaves. Caladiums thrive outdoors in the garden or in patio containers, placed in shade or semi-shade areas. A wonderful way to add interest to your moist, shaded areas!
Brighten up your shade areas with this lovely plant, grown for its lush green foliage with white veination patterns. This leafy green and white plant loves the shade but can tolerate early morning and late afternoon sun. The Candidum is the ideal plant for use in patio boxes, window sills or as border plants. Also, be sure to add some to your hanging pot for an extremely full look!
Looking to brighten up your shaded areas? The Carolyn Whorton Caladium will do the trick! Producing beautifully lush green and pink leaves with red veins, this caladium is truly gorgeous. This plant has also done quite well in full sun areas where it received regular moisture. A very versatile plant!
Give your garden a tropical look this year with this large Elephant Ear. Known for its giant green leaves and the baseball-sized bulbs, Elephant Ears are perfect for any sunny garden. When looking at the leaves, its easy to see where this plant received its name: each leaf can reach 2-3 feet in length and 1-2 feet in width. You will truly have the neighbors talking when this guy reaches his full height of six feet in your landscape this year!
Elephant Ears are impressive regardless of the bulb size, but with this Jumbo Elephant Ear bulb you will receive a truly colossal size bulb! Elephant Ears are great plants for screening out unsightly areas as well as creating a truly tropical feel!
Planting tip: If growing Elephant Ears in a climate where they are not hardy (zones 3-7) trying growing it in a pot so you can bring the plant indoors in winter and have a
A Fancy Leaf Caladium (often called Angel Wings) that is very white: white heart-shaped leaves around surrounded by white veins. This plant makes a wonderful addition to brighten the shady spots of your landscape,and look magnificent when planted amongst dark foliage plants, such as Heuchera. The Moonlight Caladium prefers a little morning sun with shade in the afternoon.
Planting Tip: If you are located in zones 4-9, ...
Great for shady areas where you'll be sitting, relaxing, and lounging, the Postman Joyner is a pleasure to look at. The leaves are bright red accented with green brush strokes on the edges, they will encourage visitors to stop and stay awhile. Lighting up some of the most shaded areas, these caladiums do great in borders as well as containers. Try them in hanging baskets for a great look under a shaded porch!
This classic combination of red and white will look lovely in your shade garden this year. Caladiums are a classic shade plant, and this combination makes the perfect border planting. This collection will cover 6 square feet, if planting for a larger area you will want to increase the number you order.
The handsome foliage of the Red Ruffles Caladium boasts of an intense red with dark green margins. The deep color and ruffled leaves are great for hanging pots, containers, borders or in a shaded bed area. This particular caladium tends to be much more tolerant of sun exposure than the others so selecting an area that is only partially shaded will be most beneficial.
These shade loving favorites will glow with pink/red centers in your shady containers and border plantings. Roseglow is a sun tolerant caladium, although it will perform best in a partially shaded location.
Summer Breeze Fancy leafed caladium, has large leaves that really brighten the most shaded garden locations. Red veins highlight the bright white, mint green leaves. Plant this shade loving bulb in containers as filler plants, they also make great border plants for your perennial borders.
* Caladiums require very warm soil and air temperatures in order to sprout. We suggest starting the tubers indoors before ...
Like the Red Ruffles Caladium, the Sweetheart is another good sun tolerant variety! It's gorgeous pink-red leaves are all edged with a very uniform green border. In some cases, the colorful center of the leaves will even fade to white just before reaching the green border. Great in hanging pots, containers, and bed borders, this little beauty is sure to find a place in your heart this summer!
If you love elephant ears, you have to give this one a try! The Upright Elephant Ear (also known as Giant Taro or Alocasia macrorrhiza) will typically grow 4-6 feet tall and 2-4 feet wide or even large in warmer areas! This upright variety is a wonderful easily grown tropical plant for the summer garden. Transform your summer landscape or patio into a tropical oasis! This plant loves water and fertilizer. Unlike Colocasia, these leaves are more