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Monday, July 11, 2011

Free Caladiums

Last year, I had a beautiful container of caladiums.  They even bloomed.


I replanted the bulbs this spring and we are now enjoying free caladiums!


10 comments:

  1. They are beautiful. I love the looks of them but have given up bringing bulbs in here.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  2. This is great, what wonderful colors they are too!

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  3. Hi Sherlock,
    Your Caladiums are looking lovely, I wish we could grow them easily outdoors over here. The Zinnias in your last post are fantastic as well. I love the way there is a mixed clump of them. People over here always seem to plant individual plants seperately, and sometimes in a row....ugh!

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  4. The colors are so nice; reminds me of watermelon!

    Enjoy your Monday.

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  5. Love the colors on your caladiums. I have a few and am also expecting new ones next year. Isn't that great. Nice bed of zinnias in your previous post.

    I will be getting your poppy seeds out to you soon. I'm behind on things to do. Do I need to spread the malva seeds in the fall and are they gonna be the big variety?

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  6. I remember you overwintering a number of plants. How cool that you saved the bulbs. They are pretty!

    Are you still enjoying those over 100 degree temps? It has been hot and humid here. It only got down to 83 this morning. Whew!

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  7. They are beautiful. How did you store them, its something I need to learn how to do.

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  8. Love the colors of your caladiums.

    Enjoy ~ FlowerLady

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  9. That's awesome. And they are so pretty.

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