| We are now accepting orders for the 2018 shipping season only. All orders placed now will be shipped between the months of MARCH AND JULY OF 2018, according to the dates on our shipping map. You can determine your approximate ship date by clicking on the Shipping Policy tab. The link to JUMBO SPECIALS can be found on the right-hand menu. These change weekly based on availability, so check back often if you don't see the variety you are looking for. Click below for our Facebook page to keep up with what is going on with Happiness Farms.
HAPPINESS FARMS, INC is the world's largest commercial caladium farm. We grow, harvest and ship our bulbs directly from our farm and warehouse to your doorstep. The pictures you see listed under our color selections are of our actual varieties. They were photographed by us and are an accurate color depiction. They have not been color enhanced. We believe in offering "true-to-name" authentic varieties, not in re-naming old standards. We offer our bulbs to the homeowner under the trade name of FANCY LEAF CALADIUMS.
We offer #1 bulbs direct to the public and occasionally Jumbos are available under the 'Specials' link. #1 bulbs measure 1-1/2 to 2-1/2 inches in diameter and Jumbo bulbs measure 2-1/2 to 3-1/2 inches in diameter. A larger bulb will not give you a larger leaf, but it will increase the number of leaves each bulb produces. The larger the bulb surface, the more eyes it will have. Caladiums are much like potatoes in that they produce a leaf wherever there is an eye.
Please remember our print catalog only includes 20 varieties. We will happily send you a color catalog, but our on-line selection gives you a much greater choice of varieties.
Happiness Farms Caladium Growers has the privilege of being the Largest Producer of Caladiums in the World.
| The Happiness Farms Story|
Highlands County, Florida has over 1,200 acres growing in the Lake Placid-Sebring area, making it the caladium capital of the world. Caladiums today are in world-wide demand. Get the story behind Happiness Farms