Pot size: ⌀13cm
Caladiums love bright indirect light. In fact, they will thrive in positions that receive 6-8 hours of indirect sunlight.
Water when the top part of the soil is dry to touch, there should still be moist at the bottom part of the soil. Don't let it dry out completely.
Gently mist daily, prefers high humidity levels. Pebble tray helps.
Fertilizer: Feed only when it is actively growing during spring to late summer.
Storing Caladium Bulbs for winter time
As foliage begins to die down in the fall, reduce water, dig up and air dry bulbs for a week. Store in a dry location at 13C or above.
How to Plant Caladium Bulbs on spring
Planting Caladiums is very easy. Plant the top of the bulb 3-5cm below the surface with the eyes up. If the soil is sandy, mix in some peat moss to improve moisture retention. Mulch around the planting and keep moist throughout the season. Fertilize every six weeks with a 6-6-6 type fertilizer or slow release type fertilizer. Use about a teaspoon per bulb.