Friday, July 12, 2013

Caladiums in the Courtyard


Earlier in the week, I shared with you the summery white queen caladiums in the front yard.

Today, I’d like to share the white caladiums in the courtyard garden. I plant white caladiums in the courtyard due to the fact that this area receives little sunlight. Plus, the white mixed with all of the greenery makes a great show both day and night.


The variety that works well for me is White Christmas.


White Christmas is a very distinctive white and green caladium - the leaves are white with dark green mid-veins. White Christmas will brighten your garden with a display that will remind you of that Christmas day snow (well, not here).


White Christmas caladiums…

  • Favors shade to partial shade
  • White with detailed dark green mid-veins
  • Can grow to 18" to 24" tall
  • Fancy white caladium variety


    I love to mix the bulbs with cast iron plants, ferns, and elephant ears. The plants grow so well in the two large farm troughs.


    Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you have enjoyed my gardens.




    White Christmas, y’all!


    1. Ron! I love these! They say white plants/ flowers glow in the moonlight! I love these combo containers of yours..super job! Right up my alley! THX for your kind words on my last post! Cheers to a good weekend!

    2. Ron- Those are just beautiful. I love the way way light flowers like that reflect the light and make things look cooler- xo Diana

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    4. Beautiful! I would so - so love to have a courtyard!


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