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Dec 27, 2014 7:49 AM CST
Name: Ron
Naples, FL
I've never heard of or seen an orange Caladium, either.

I have owned a Calamondin Orange, which you asked about first. It was years ago. The fruit is really sour, but can be used in place of lemon or lime juice in a lot of recipes for an interesting twist. In good conditions they tend to bloom and set fruit most of the year, and is often kept as a house plant. Because the fruits are so small, it looks like a miniature orange tree.

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