This gorgeous Caladium, with its large mint-tinged white leaves with wide veinings of electric pink to red, is a guaranteed conversation piece. While you may suspect the fancy foliage to be high-maintenance, it's actually incredibly easy to plant, grow, and maintain.
Plant Size Guide
Extra Small: 2 - 2.5 inch standard nursery pot
Small: 3.5 - 4 inch standard nursery pot.
Medium: 5 -6 inch standard nursery pot.
Large: 7 - 8 inch standard nursery pot.
She requires a bright light area with protection from the sun, which will scorch the leaves.
While your plant is still in its foliar glory, you will need to keep it watered and happy. Water the soil when it is dry to the touch.
Plant Specific Care
Humidity is crucial to Caladium houseplant care as the tubers are native to South American tropical forests and produce seasonal foliage during the rainy, warm season.
You should only fertilize the plant when it is actively growing during spring to late summer. In the fall and winter, no special food is necessary.