Elephant Ears and Other Aroids

The huge, exotic leaves of elephant ears provide drama to our summer gardens. They are easy to cultivate and maintain. Most of them can be grown in the perennial border or in ponds and water gardens. Their relatives in the Aroid family, such as Caladiums, offer bright colors for mid and late summer gardens. There are hardy Ariods that do not have to be lift before winter.

Learn the care and cultivation of the Aroid family.

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Carol Gravens

Carol retired from a professional career as a microbiologist and is a Advanced Level St. Louis Master Gardener. She became a Master Naturalist in 2007 and has an AAS in Horticulture from STLCC, Meramec.

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