These colorful plants with large foliage need consistently moist soil, but not soggy.
Indirect bright light with a small amount of direct morning sun each day is best.
Caladium plants usually grow between 1 and 2.5 feet tall. The attractive leaves grow between 6 and 12 inches in length. The plants grow from tubers and will mature to full size in one season. All varieties die back naturally and become dormant in the winter.
Cut all leaves back once it starts to go dormant in fall and save the tuber in a dark dry place until spring when it’s ready to plant again.