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Caladium Mix (Elephant Ear) provides a blend of five different varieties that will brighten the shady and partially shaded areas of your landscape with colorful foliage.

Caladium Mix (Elephant Ear) provides a blend of five different varieties that will brighten the shady and partially shaded areas of your landscape with colorful foliage.

Caladium Florida Sweetheart - A brilliant, rose-pink caladium with contrasting green edges. Florida Sweetheart's compact habit and slightly ruffled leaves make it a perfect companion for full size caladiums. A vigorous, dependable performer that will light up any shady area around your home.  •	Good in Containers •	Grows in Shade, Part-Shade or Sun •	Thrives in Heat and Humidity

Caladium Florida Sweetheart - A brilliant, rose-pink caladium with contrasting green edges. Florida Sweetheart's compact habit and slightly ruffled leaves make it a perfect companion for full size caladiums. A vigorous, dependable performer that will light up any shady area around your home. • Good in Containers • Grows in Shade, Part-Shade or Sun • Thrives in Heat and Humidity

Plumbago .. Virtually disease and pest resistant. Can be grown into a large bush or can be trained to grow on a trellis.

Plumbago .. Virtually disease and pest resistant. Can be grown into a large bush or can be trained to grow on a trellis.

Container Gardening with KatG cubit: KAT'S CONTAINER RECIPES - Past and Present forum: Bird of Paradise, Thai Caladiums...

Container Gardening with KatG cubit: KAT'S CONTAINER RECIPES - Past and Present forum: Bird of Paradise, Thai Caladiums...

Beat the Heat If you live in a hot, dry climate, choose perennials that thrive in those conditions. Here, Heliopsis and coreopsis have roots in the American prairie, so you know these flowering beauties will keep on blooming even though temperatures and rainfall fluctuate. There's no need to coddle either one.

Beat the Heat If you live in a hot, dry climate, choose perennials that thrive in those conditions. Here, Heliopsis and coreopsis have roots in the American prairie, so you know these flowering beauties will keep on blooming even though temperatures and rainfall fluctuate. There's no need to coddle either one.

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