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Caladium Fancy White Queen

Caladium Fancy White Queen

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White Queen's broad, frosty white leaves look like the wings of an exotic butterfly. The foliage typically emerges pink and gets whiter as it matures, highlighting the distinctive, scarlet red veins. A classic caladium that's known for its good sun tolerance. 

  • Sun Tolerant
  • All Summer Color for Shady Areas
  • Thrives in Heat and Humidity
5 tubers
$9.63
$13.75
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Caladium Fancy White Queen

Item#:
20000323
Genus:
Caladium
Scientific Name:
Caladium
Common Name:
Angel Wings
Class:
Fancy
Variety:
White Queen
Plant Type:
Tuber
Origin:
United States
Light:
Sun to Part Shade
Size/Grade:
#1
Hardiness Zones:
8 through 11 Find Your Zone
Suitable Zones:
4 through 11
Ships:
Spring
When to Plant:
Spring
Bloom Time:
Summer thru Fall
Planting Depth:
Plant 2" deep
Spacing:
Space 6" apart
Height:
Grows 20" tall
Count:
5 tubers

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  • 5
    The dahlias are gorg...

    Posted by Elizabeth A. on Aug 30th 2019

    The dahlias are gorgeous! They are big plants loaded with flowers. HS Flame is brilliant especially when the light is directly on the flower. It is contrasted beautifully with purple foliage. "Rebecca's World" is an exciting dahlia with no two flowers alike! Some are totally a velvety maroon color and others are variants of velvety maroon and white. It's very showy! "Serkan"is a perfect deep lavender purple flower with a lovely waterlily shape that produces many flowers over the course of the summer months. Great cut flowers too. My favorite caladium of all time is "White Queen." This caladium produces a mass of flowers with beautiful red streaks. Looks just like the photo. The Clematis "Fireworks" is coming right along and has already produced a dozen or more vibrant, huge, rose pink flowers and since I pruned it back after flowering, I am looking forward to a nice fall display. Clematis is one of the most satisfying vines one can grow and extremely hardy in winter.I would say that my garden this year is truly spectacular. Friends who stop by are truly amazed!

  • 5
    My caladiums have ne...

    Posted by Marc on Aug 27th 2018

    My caladiums have never looked better, especially with all the rain that we have had on Long Island, NY. The size of the leaves is only bettered by the amazing and vibrant colors. I'll definitely be looking to re-buy these and others this winter for planting in the spring. Most of these plants have grown to between 12 "-15," and they are still growing and filling in all around themselves.

  • 5
    I planted 2 low prof...

    Posted by Coletta C. on Aug 10th 2017

    I planted 2 low profile bowls of caladium, Postman Joyner and 1 Bowl of White Queen. They are so tall, with wide vivid leaves. The bowls are just beautiful and bursting. They look striking on my red stained deck!

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