I think someone should make a pair of dangly earrings that look like this Pink Cane Begonia: Chandeliers for the Ears. This begonia will dou…
Elephant Ear Container
Container Garden Idea- great variety of color. Last summer I had an elephant ear plant w/multi-colored flowers in a big pot under our front pergola. I loved it so much! ~Debbie
Want to add some excitement to your garden this summer? Plant elephant ears! These tropical plants can grow 7 feet tall with leaves as long as your arm.
Exotic alliance Pair a tropical bulb–large-leaf imperial taro (Colocasia esculenta Illustris)–with scarlet plume (Euphorbia fulgens) in a 30-inch container. The result: An amazing addition to your landscape, so big it could even be used to divide sections of an outdoor room.
Creeping Jenny, Coleus, Caladium, Elephant Ears Solar light. Never heard of creeping Jenny before. It is pretty.
Located in a tropical location? Want something simple? I love this dramatic impact with elephant ears.
Perfect Pairs Upright Alocasia boasts big, paddle-shaped opical looking leaves which are held upright, making the perfect amount of space for Caladium Red Flash. Boasting deep green leaves and brilliant red centers splashed with pink and white, Red Flash is the perfect companion for Upright Alocasia. Sun Tolerant Great in containers Thrives in heat and humidity Color all summer long www.longfield-gar…
Upright Elephant Ear Alocasia odora from Netherland Bulb Company – Thick, glossy, upright foliage gives a tropical look in the garden or in containers. Proliferates in moist soil, but also thrives in normal garden soil in full sun to partial shade. Take care not to over water as this will stunt the leaf growth. Excellent plant for containers which can then be easily lifted in northern climates where they may not survive the winter if left unprotected.
Polly african mask, dragonwing begonia, caladium, creeping jenny, summer wave amethyst wishbone flower.
tropical containers – try this beside the rock in the shallow end of the pool