Live Plants - Caladium
Due to the unique differences between each plant, the caladium is best viewed in store!
A caladium is a tropical plant that is native to South America, specifically to the Amazon basin. It is known for its large, heart-shaped leaves that come in a variety of colors, including white, pink, red, and green. Caladiums are often grown for their foliage rather than their flowers, and they are commonly used as houseplants or in outdoor landscaping as a ground cover.
Caladiums are often grown from bulbs, which are planted in the spring and summer. They prefer warm, humid conditions and should be kept in a spot with bright, indirect sunlight. Caladiums also require well-draining soil and regular watering, as they cannot tolerate dry conditions.
There are several different types of caladiums, including fancy-leaved caladiums, strap-leaved caladiums, and dwarf caladiums. Each type has its own unique characteristics, but all share the same striking foliage that makes them a popular choice among gardeners and houseplant enthusiasts alike.