Caladiums

@allknowing (55691)
India
November 18, 2015 4:17am CST
Caladiums are seasonal that thrive only during the rainy season. There is one variety that comes on its own and is seen all over the place. Just because it is so common not much attention is given to it while I buy other varieties. Strange though it may sound but the variety that grows wild is prettier You can see all the varieties here.
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• Lucknow, India
18 Nov 15
The beauty and mystery of nature summed up in your discussion!!
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@allknowing (55691)
• India
18 Nov 15
My passion is photography and gardening among a few other things. There is one colour of caladiums that just spring up in the rains on its own and it is in fact pulled out and treated as weeds. If it did not come uninvited perhaps it would have received more respect (lol)
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• Lucknow, India
19 Nov 15
@allknowing Haha!! Such is a common thing for our country!! If something unexpected happens, people will freak out!!
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@MALUSE (32662)
• Denmark
18 Nov 15
This plant makes me sad. It reminds me of cemeteries. I think it's used to cover graves.
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@allknowing (55691)
• India
18 Nov 15
Tube roses make me sad as I associate their scent with the wreathes that are made here mostly using tube roses. We do not have these plants in cemetries.
@marlina (62066)
• Canada
18 Nov 15
@MALUSE I don't recall seeing them in our cemeteries.
• United States
20 Nov 15
Oh I have yet to see these tropical American plants of the arum family, but I will look before any snow starts . . . thanks @allknowing
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@simone10 (22262)
• Louisville, Kentucky
18 Nov 15
They really are very pretty and I have seen them in many gardens.
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@sofssu (14736)
18 Nov 15
I love caladiums they have gorgeous leaves. I have a few in my collection I need one of these white ones to make my collection better.
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@allknowing (55691)
• India
18 Nov 15
That page has such beautiful ones
@marlina (62066)
• Canada
18 Nov 15
I would say that I like them about 50% only.
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@allknowing (55691)
• India
18 Nov 15
(lol). Only 50%?
@silvermist (15823)
• India
20 Nov 15
Years back,when we had plenty of Crotons,we had Caladiums too.
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@Lucky15 (33700)
• Philippines
18 Nov 15
thanks for this, we have a plant like that but i don' know its name :))
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