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About Aaron Caladium and Chicory

1 What is
1.1 Life Span
Annual and Perennial
Perennial
1.2 Type
Tender Perennial
Flowering Plants, Shrubs, Vegetable
1.3 Origin
Southern Europe, Mediterranean
Mediterranean
1.4 Types
Not Available
Belgian Endive, Red Belgian Endive, Curly Endive (a.k.a. Frisee), Escarole, Radicchio (Chioggia) and Radicchio (Chioggia)
1.4.1 Number of Varieties
About Rice Plant
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
10
Rank: 82 (Overall)
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1.5 Habitat
gardens, Grassland, Prairies, tropical environments, Tropical regions
Grassland, Mediterranean region, Wild
1.6 USDA Hardiness Zone
7-9
3-9
1.7 AHS Heat Zone
9-7
9-1
1.8 Sunset Zone
4, 5, 6, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
A1, A2, A3, H1, H2, 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
1.9 Habit
Mat-forming
Clump-Forming
2 Information
2.1 Plant Size
2.1.1 Minimum Height
About American ..
30.50 cm
Rank: 100 (Overall)
3.00 cm
Rank: 100 (Overall)
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2.1.2 Minimum Width
About Flowering..
30.50 cm
Rank: 100 (Overall)
1.50 cm
Rank: 100 (Overall)
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2.2 Plant Color
2.2.1 Flower Color
White, Green
Blue
2.2.2 Flower Color Modifier
Bicolor
Not Applicable
2.2.3 Fruit Color
Green
Brown
2.2.4 Leaf Color in Spring
Gray Green
Green
2.2.5 Leaf Color in Summer
Gray Green
Green
2.2.6 Leaf Color in Fall
Gray Green
Green
2.2.7 Leaf Color in Winter
Light Green
Green
2.3 Shape
2.3.1 Leaf Shape
Linear
Oblong
2.4 Thorns
1% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
14% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
3 Season
3.1 Plant Season
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Summer
3.2 Growing Conditions
3.2.1 Sunlight
Full Sun, Partial Sun
Full Sun, Part sun
3.2.2 Growth Rate
Fast
Medium
3.2.3 Type of Soil
Loam, Sand
Loamy, Sandy
3.2.4 The pH of Soil
Neutral, Alkaline
Acidic, Alkaline, Neutral
3.2.5 Soil Drainage
Well drained
Well drained
3.2.6 Bloom Time
Spring, Late Spring, Early Summer, Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall
Summer
3.2.7 Repeat Bloomer
19% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
28% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
3.3 Tolerances
Drought
Not Available
4 Care
4.1 Where to Plant?
Container, Ground, Pot
Ground
4.2 How to Plant?
Seedlings, Stem Cutting
Seedlings
4.3 Plant Maintenance
Medium
Medium
4.4 Watering Plants
4.4.1 Watering Requirements
Allow soil to be completely dry in between waterings, Water Deeply, Water less during winter
Keep the ground moist but not water-logged, Prefer drip-irrigation instead of Over-head watering, Requires regular watering, Requires watering in the growing season
4.4.2 In Summer
Lots of watering
Lots of watering
4.4.3 In Spring
Moderate
Moderate
4.4.4 In Winter
Average Water
Average Water
4.5 Soil
4.5.1 Soil pH
Neutral, Alkaline
Acidic, Alkaline, Neutral
4.5.2 Soil Type
Loam, Sand
Loamy, Sandy
4.5.3 Soil Drainage Capacity
Well drained
Well drained
4.6 Sun Exposure
Full Sun, Partial Sun
Full Sun, Part sun
4.7 Pruning
Cut or pinch the stems, Do not prune during shooting season, Prune if you want to improve plant shape, Prune prior to new growth, Remove deadheads
Cut or pinch the stems, Prune prior to new growth, Prune to stimulate growth, Remove dead or diseased plant parts, Remove deadheads
4.8 Fertilizers
No fertilizers needed
All-Purpose Liquid Fertilizer
4.9 Pests and Diseases
fungus, Insects, Red blotch
Aphids, Loopers, Root rot, Viruses, Worms
4.10 Plant Tolerance
Drought
Drought
5 Facts
5.1 Flowers
None
88% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
5.1.1 Flower Petal Number
Single
Not Available
5.2 Fruits
5.2.1 Showy Fruit
5% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
35% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
5.2.2 Edible Fruit
3% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
19% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
5.3 Fragrance
5.3.1 Fragrant Flower
48% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
40% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
5.3.2 Fragrant Fruit
5% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
12% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
5.3.3 Fragrant Leaf
9% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
14% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
5.3.4 Fragrant Bark/Stem
14% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
11% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
5.4 Showy Foliage
33% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
53% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
5.5 Showy Bark
1% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
15% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
5.6 Foliage Texture
Fine
Medium
5.7 Foliage Sheen
Matte
Matte
5.8 Evergreen
No Bulb Plants Garden Plants has it !
4% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
5.9 Invasive
4% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
Sometimes
5.10 Self-Sowing
49% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
48% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
5.11 Attracts
Bees, Birds, Butterflies
Butterflies
5.12 Allergy
Skin irritation
Not Available
6 Benefits
6.1 Uses
6.1.1 Aesthetic Uses
Beautification, Showy Purposes
Not Used For Aesthetic Purpose
6.1.2 Beauty Benefits
Not Available
Not Available
6.1.3 Edible Uses
56% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
63% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
6.1.4 Environmental Uses
Air purification
Air purification
6.2 Plant Benefits
6.2.1 Medicinal Uses
No Medicinal Use
Cancer, Digestive disorders, Inflammation, Liver problems, Stomach pain
6.2.2 Part of Plant Used
Whole plant
Leaves, Root
6.2.3 Other Uses
Showy Purposes
Used as an ingredient in coffee
6.3 Used As Indoor Plant
39% Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
31% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
6.4 Used As Outdoor Plant
All Bulb Plants Garden Plants have it !
All Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
6.5 Garden Design
Alpine, Container, Edging, Foundation, Groundcover, Mixed Border, Rock Garden / Wall
Not Available
7 Scientific Name
7.1 Botanical Name
CALADIUM 'Aaron'
Cichorium intybus
7.2 Common Name
Aaron Caladium, Angel Wings, Fancy-leaved Caladium
Blue daisy, blue dandelion, blue sailors, blue weed, bunk, coffeeweed, cornflower, hendibeh, horseweed, ragged sailors, succory, wild bachelor's buttons, and wild endive
7.2.1 In Hindi
Aaron Caladium
कासनी
7.2.2 In German
Aaron Caladium
Chicoree
7.2.3 In French
Aaron Caladium
chicorée
7.2.4 In Spanish
Aaron Caladium
achicoria
7.2.5 In Greek
Aaron τροπικό φυτό
ραδίκι
7.2.6 In Portuguese
Aaron Caladium
chicória
7.2.7 In Polish
Aaron Caladium
cykoria
7.2.8 In Latin
Aaron Caladium
pancratium
8 Classification
8.1 Kingdom
Plantae
Plantae
8.2 Phylum
Tracheophyta
Magnoliophyta
8.3 Class
Liliopsida
Magnoliopsida
8.4 Order
Alismatales
Asterales
8.5 Family
Araceae
Asteraceae
8.6 Genus
Caladium
Cichorium
8.7 Clade
Angiosperms, Monocots
Angiosperms, Asterids, Eudicots
8.8 Tribe
Not Available
Cichorieae
8.9 Subfamily
Aroideae
Cichorioideae
8.10 Number of Species
About Orchid
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Properties of Aaron Caladium and Chicory

Wondering what are the properties of Aaron Caladium and Chicory? We provide you with everything About Aaron Caladium and Chicory. Aaron Caladium doesn't have thorns and Chicory doesn't have thorns. Also Aaron Caladium does not have fragrant flowers. Aaron Caladium has allergic reactions like Skin irritation and Chicory has allergic reactions like Skin irritation. Compare all the properties and characteristics of these two plants. Find out which of these plant can be used as indoor plant. If you are interested to decorate your house and garden, find out aesthetic uses, compare them and select the plant which will beautify your surrounding. Along with beautification, try comparing medicinal and edible uses of Aaron Caladium and Chicory and you can choose the plant having best and most benefits.

Season and Care of Aaron Caladium and Chicory

Season and care of Aaron Caladium and Chicory is important to know. While considering everything about Aaron Caladium and Chicory Care, growing season is an essential factor. Aaron Caladium season is Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter and Chicory season is Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. The type of soil for Aaron Caladium is Loam, Sand and for Chicory is Loamy, Sandy while the PH of soil for Aaron Caladium is Neutral, Alkaline and for Chicory is Acidic, Alkaline, Neutral.

Aaron Caladium and Chicory Physical Information

Aaron Caladium and Chicory physical information is very important for comparison. Aaron Caladium height is 30.50 cm and width 30.50 cm whereas Chicory height is 3.00 cm and width 1.50 cm. The color specification of Aaron Caladium and Chicory are as follows:

  • Aaron Caladium flower color: White and Green

  • Aaron Caladium leaf color: Gray Green

  • Chicory flower color: Blue

  • Chicory leaf color: Green

Care of Aaron Caladium and Chicory

Care of Aaron Caladium and Chicory include pruning, fertilizers, watering etc. Aaron Caladium pruning is done Cut or pinch the stems, Do not prune during shooting season, Prune if you want to improve plant shape, Prune prior to new growth and Remove deadheads and Chicory pruning is done Cut or pinch the stems, Prune prior to new growth, Prune to stimulate growth, Remove dead or diseased plant parts and Remove deadheads. In summer Aaron Caladium needs Lots of watering and in winter, it needs Average Water. Whereas, in summer Chicory needs Lots of watering and in winter, it needs Average Water.