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Caladium Tuber

Planting caladium tubers takes little effort and you get a lot in return! These plants are generally happier in partial shade. She prefers a shady spot without direct sunlight. The temperature is also very important. They don’t like a temperature below 21 degrees Celsius. Provide a pleasantly warm spot! Caladium tubers should be planted about one to two inches deep with the buds or eye buds facing up. Planting caladium tubers is easy, and with proper caladium care, they will last for years! Due to the large leaves, the plant needs a fair amount of water. But no water should remain at the bottom of the pot. The Caladium prefers not to have wet feet. Spraying the leaves can (temporarily) increase the humidity for the plant. This makes her extra happy! In the fall, the plant gradually dies, then stop watering. Store the tubers in the pot or in dry sand in a dry area, at a temperature of around 12 degrees. If you don’t do this, the tubers will rot or cork and you don’t want this! In the spring you can take the tubers out again and provide them with new potting soil and place them in a warm room, at high humidity so that you can grow them again!

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Don’t want to miss a moment of your baby’s life? With our Caladium tubers, you don’t have to! Caladiums are caudex plants and grow from an above-ground bulb. You’ll get her as a small baby bulb and help her grow her into a beautiful plant with big, photogenic leaves.

The Caladium is a real standout. This eccentric lady has heart-shaped, brightly coloured leaves with contrasting veins.
Caladiums originate from Central and South America, where they grow in the tropical jungles of the Amazon region and Brazil. Her huge, heart-shaped leaves have given the Caladium many nicknames,  such as “Elephant’s Ear”, “Heart of Jesus” and “Angel Wings”.

There are different types of Caladiums, such as the caladium red flash, the caladium pink beauty and the caladium carolyn whorton – and many more. They all have their unique colours or colour patterns. Thanks to all the varieties, the Caladiums fits in almost any interior!

Download Caladium flyer How to pot and grow your Caladium Tubers

Diamètre

3.5 cm

Hauteur

3.5 cm

aime

ensoleillé

niveau de soins

facile

Don’t want to miss a moment of your baby’s life? With our Caladium tubers, you don’t have to! Caladiums are caudex plants and grow from an above-ground bulb. You’ll get her as a small baby bulb and help her grow her into a beautiful plant with big, photogenic leaves.

The Caladium is a real standout. This eccentric lady has heart-shaped, brightly coloured leaves with contrasting veins.
Caladiums originate from Central and South America, where they grow in the tropical jungles of the Amazon region and Brazil. Her huge, heart-shaped leaves have given the Caladium many nicknames,  such as “Elephant’s Ear”, “Heart of Jesus” and “Angel Wings”.

There are different types of Caladiums, such as the caladium red flash, the caladium pink beauty and the caladium carolyn whorton – and many more. They all have their unique colours or colour patterns. Thanks to all the varieties, the Caladiums fits in almost any interior!

Download Caladium flyer How to pot and grow your Caladium Tubers

Caladiums hail from the tropics, where humidity is high. The Caladium thrives best in the semi-shade (in bright sun, she easily gets a sunburn) but is also a bit of a shivery type. She doesn’t thrive in temperatures below 21 °C, so give her a nice warm spot in your home, out of direct sunlight.

Because the Caladium has such striking large leaves, this houseplant needs a fair amount of water. Make sure that the water can always drain away freely, this beauty does not like wet feet. She likes it when you mist her in between watering. This helps to increase humidity and makes her feel like she’s back ‘home’ in the jungle again. Do not mist directly on the leaves, but keep a little more distance to make sure you won’t damage her vulnerable foliage.

Hibernation
The Caladium doesn’t like winter at all, way too cold if you ask her. In autumn, she drops her leaves and prepares herself for a long, deep winter sleep. Stop watering he when she goes into hibernation. Just keep the caladium bulb in the pot, but store it in a dry place at about 12 °C. When she wakes up from hibernation in spring, treat her to some fresh potting soil and move her back to a warm spot where humidity is high. You’ll see that she quickly starts growing new leaves again. With your good care, you can transform her from bulb to beauty every spring for years and years!

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