- From the genus name. (Wiktionary)
- New Latin Caladium, genus name, from Malay keladi, an aroid. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Use: The caladium is a bedding or container plant grown for its colorful foliage.”
“Use light-colored pots, then fill them with white - or pastel-colored impatiens or tuberous begonias and plants with patterned foliage, such as caladium and polka-dot plant.”
“Three beautiful options for your tropical garden in Mexico are the caladium, candleabra cactus and canna lily.”
“Note: All parts of the caladium are poisonous, especially if eaten.”
“He went to the corral and marked the animals and plants: cow, goat, pig, hen, cassava, caladium, banana.”
“Also Curcuma inodora, chenille plant, Thai Beauty caladium, bleeding heart vine, jade vine.”
“Neb prepared some agouti soup, a smoked capybara ham, to which was added the boiled tubercules of the “caladium macrorhizum,” an herbaceous plant of the arum family.”
“It was not the trees and lianas only that were beautiful in these sunny openings, but the ferns, mosses, orchids, and selaginellas, with the crimson-tipped dracaena, and the crimson-veined caladium, and the great red nepenthe with purple blotches on its nearly diaphanous pitchers, and another pitcher-plant of an epiphytal habit, with pea-green pitchers scrambling to a great height over the branches of the smaller trees.”
“Three beautiful options for your tropical garden in Mexico are the caladium, candleabra cactus and canna lily .... read more exploring-tourism flora”
“And everywhere Dominican girls in tight-fitting rayon hung heavy in doorways lined with caladium.”
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