- About Caladium
- How To Grow Caladium
- Benefits of Caladium
- Maintenance Tips
- Shipping Info
Caladium leaves can be shaped like hearts, arrows, or lances in color combinations of red, pink, rose, white, chartreuse, and green. The brilliant foliage of this classic plant is often translucent, which makes them light up your garden. They’ve brightened shady spots for generations.
Potting Soil Mix
Every 12-13 Month
1. A Caladium requires very bright indirect light.
2. The soil of a Caladium plant should be moist.
3. Fertilize your Caladium every two weeks when it is actively growing with a water-soluble plant food high in nitrogen
1. Their Striking Colorful Foliage Makes them Popular with Florists and for Home Decor
1. The colorful leaves of Caladium plants attract Mealy Bugs, spider mites, and Aphids. Gently wash any pests off the leaves with warm soapy water.
2. Your Caladium Plants need a great deal of humidity. Set Caladiums on a bed of wet gravel or pebbles.
1. Don't plant Caladium in soggy soil.