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(California Brodiaea)

The largest and arguably most beautiful brodiaea, this "bulb" from the foothills and coastal ranges of California blooms in a starburst of flowers reminiscent of a small Agapanthus. The clusters of up to 12 upfacing funnel-shaped flowers perch atop wiry knee-high stems in late spring and early summer. The purple, lavender, pinkish, or white flowers have dark longitudinal midstripes. Long grassy leaves precede the flowers, withering before or as the flowers open. Like all other of its genus,...

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Nancy Engel

(Angel Wings, Caladium, Fancy-leaved Caladium)

Caladium is a tender tropical perennial plant grown from tubers. Native to South America, this plant is grown for its large, showy, colorful leaves that can be variegated in a variety of colors including green, red, rose, pink, white, silver and bronze.

As a rule, caladiums should be planted in partial sun to partial shade and fertile, moist, well-drained soil. Warm soil temperatures are essential as cool soil temperatures cause plants to stop growing and encourage rot. Fancy-leaved cultivars...

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James H. Schutte

(Aaron Caladium, Angel Wings, Fancy-leaved Caladium)

The Aaron caladium is a tender tropical perennial plant grown from tubers. This cultivar is not among the showiest, but it does have a very obvious heart-shaped leaf that is primarily white with edges that wane to dark green. It is considered a "fancy leaf" type with its more delicate heart-shaped leaf.

Grow 'Aaron' in part sun to part shade in fertile, moist, well-drained soil. The more sun this cultivar receives, the more moisture that should be provided to the roots. All caladiums resent...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Angel Wings, Arno Nehrling Caladium, Fancy-leaved Caladium)

Caladium is a tuberous tropical perennial grown for its large colorful leaves. The special 'Arno Nehrling' displays smottled leaves of white and green (often with a majority of white) with intense red veins that are nestled with a little pink.

As a general rule, caladiums prefer part sun to part shade and fertile moist soil with good drainage. They resent cool moist soil temperatures which can encourage tuber rot. Large fancy-leaved cultivars should never be exposed to full sun as this can...

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James H. Schutte

(Angel Wings, Asset Club Caladium)

Caladium is a tuberous tropical perennial grown for its colorful leaves. The hybrid 'Asset Club' is a petite selection developed in Thailand where it's known as 'Sub Sa Mo Sorn'. Its arrowhead-shaped foliage is pink and rose with dark green, silver-edged veins.

This caladium needs partial to full shade and warm, fertile, moist soil with good drainage. Cool moist conditions encourage tuber rot. It forms a low clump of leaves that are nearly evergreen where conditions remain warm and humid year-round....

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Angel Wings, Autumn Beauty Caladium)

Caladiums are tuberous tropical perennials grown for their colorful leaves. The hybrid 'Autumn Beauty' forms clumps of large, heart-shaped, yellow-green leaves with apple-green blushing and vibrant magenta-pink veins.

This caladium needs partial to full shade and warm, fertile, moist soil with good drainage. Cool moist conditions encourage tuber rot. It is nearly evergreen where conditions remain warm and humid year-round. Plants go dormant in prolonged dry weather.

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Angel Wings, Avalon Pink Caladium)

Caladium is a tuberous tropical perennial grown for its colorful leaves. The hybrid 'Avalon Pink' is a fancy-leaved selection with heart-like green foliage that has a white and pink-blushed central core with large speckles of rose throughout.

This caladium needs partial shade and fertile moist soil with good drainage. It resents cool moist soil temperatures which can encourage tuber rot. It's a clumping plant that can remain nearly evergreen in tropical regions that are consistently warm and...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Angel Wings, Berry Patch Caladium)

Caladiums are tuberous tropical perennials grown for their colorful leaves. The fancy-leaved hybrid 'Berry Patch' has bold showy foliage that is remarkably sun-tolerant. Its large heart- or arrowhead-shaped leaves are dusty green with broad creamy veining and numerous strawberry-pink blotches. This cultivar was developed at the University of Florida.

This caladium does well in partial to full sun and warm, fertile, moist soil with good drainage. Cool moist conditions encourage tuber rot. It...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Angel Wings, Blaze Caladium, Fancy-leaved Caladium)

Caladium is a tuberous tropical perennial grown for its large colorful leaves. The small, fancy-leaved 'Blaze' has heart-shaped leaves of dark green that have a rosy-red blush across most of the leaf face. The veins are a stronger red.

As a rule, caladiums should be planted in partial sun to partial shade and fertile, moist, well-drained soil. Warm soil temperatures are essential as cool soil temperatures cause plants to stop growing and encourage rot. Fancy-leaved cultivars typically have...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Angel Wings, Blizzard Caladium)

Caladiums are tuberous tropical perennials grown for their colorful leaves. The fancy-leaved hybrid 'Blizzard' (or 'Florida Blizzard') is a University of Florida introduction selected for its vigor and its uniquely marked leaves, which are veined and heavily splashed with silver-white. This cultivar resulted from a cross between 'Aaron' and 'White Christmas.'

Like most fancy-leaved caladiums, 'Blizzard' has large heart- or arrowhead-shaped leaves that scorch in hot sun (in contrast, strap-leaved...