Commonly grown for their spectacular multi-colored foliage, caladiums make great choices both indoors and out. Learn how and when to plant caladiums in the garden and find other tips on caladium plant care right here. Soon you’ll be growing these lively bulbs all over the place, creating your own tropical oasis. Keep reading to learn more.
Caladium plants are very popular houseplants but they are not without their share of caladium plant problems. Click on the following article to learn about caladium plant pests and other problems with caladium.
Caladium is native to South America. Because of this, it is used to hot temperatures and needs special treatment during winter in cooler climates. Learn more about storing caladium bulbs and how to care for caladium bulbs over winter here.
With a few tips on how to care for Caladium indoors, you may be able to enjoy the attractive leaves for a bit longer than outdoor grown tubers. To learn more about growing caladium houseplant, this article will help.
Blooming on caladium plants isn?t common, but tubers planted in favorable locations tend to produce small flowers. There are several schools of thought on what to do with caladium flowers. This article will explain more. Click here.
Fancy leaf caladiums are a great addition to the often all-too-green shade garden. Before you grow fancy leaf caladiums, there are a few things you should know about them and their care. This article will help.