White Queen Caladiums


White Queen Caladium Bulbs

White Queen caladiums have striking large white leaves with bleeding rose veins that make this variety distinct in your landscape - yep, it is an attention-getting drama queen. Plant in shade to partial shade to get best colors, although White Queen can handle some sun.  White Queen is a hybrid developed by one of the pioneers of caladium breeding, F. M. Joyner - a postman in Tampa FL. He developed several breeds of caladiums in the 1930's. Classic has worked hard to clean up and rejuvenate this long-standing favorite. This is a great planter, basket & pot caladium - large leaves and distinctive pattern are real eye-catchers.

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White Queen Caladiums - a drama queen everyone can love.
White Queen Caladium
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Your  card is not charged until we ship in spring

Check our White Variety Page
if you need better sun tolerance

White Queen favors shade to partial shade

Can grow to 18" - 24" tall

Fancy White Variety

Our Stock Number WQN8357

Inventory: Good

White Queen Caladium leaves

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Orders going fast for our 2017 season - Don't get shut out!
All orders will be shipped in the spring of 2017 - We do not bill your credit card until we ship.
 Order as many times as you like, combined orders may qualify for lower (or even free shipping) and volume discounts!

White Queen #1 Bulbs
#1 bulbs are approx 1" - 2"
  White Queen Jumbo Bulbs
Jumbo bulbs are 2" - 3" - more leaves
  White Queen #2 Bulbs
Great for bedding & mass planting areas
#1 Bulbs - 10 count trial pkg
Price: $12.00
Sorry, Jumbos Sold Out Sorry, #2's Sold Out
#1 Bulbs - 25 count pkg
Price: $23.33
#1 Bulbs - 50 count pkg
Price: $44.32
#1 Bulbs - 100 count pkg
Price: $84.21

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