Wow, that is pretty amazing.
Amazing! The birth of caladiums gallery!
This year I tried elephant ears. They were fun to watch emerge like yours!! And they are starting to look quite nice! I wondered for a while.
I loved this post ! So cool that you got pics at every stage, thanks for sharing..PS, love your pink hat ! Gina
~Turling~Tatyana~princessdiva~Antique ART GardenGlad you all enjoyed the show. It was fun to see the changes together like that.~GonSS
This is the first year I haven't planted any. I enjoy seeing yours.
~mothernaturesgardenYou can come back and look at them all you want.~GonSS
Great set of pictures. That would also make a wonderful slideshow.~~Dee
~DeeThat's what I thought but I haven't figured out the magic order of steps to get that to work. Sigh.~GonSS
It seems to me that every day in garden blogging, I learn something new or see something differently. It happened again with this post. I've not paid enough attention to this beautiful plant. I'll look closer at the next live one I see and figure out if there is a place for it in our yard/garden!
Very cool... great pics!
~RebeccaThey are super easy and can be tucked in with other plants as well. ~Dirty Girl GardeningThanks for stopping by the garden.~GonSS
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