Caladiums are tropical perennials that have almost unparalleled foliage and make showy houseplants. Caladiums do flower into spathes or spikes and by trimming away any as soon as they appear ensures the foliage remains more striking as a whole.
Known for its attractive foliage, the Caladium 'Carolyn Whorton' has large, heart-shaped, pink leaves lined with red and dark green edges.
Grows best in bright indirect sunlight.
Make sure to water once the soil is dry to the touch. Water every once or twice weekly to keep the soil evenly moist, but not soggy. Mist to control the humidity of the location.
Fertilize the Caladium weekly with liquid fertilizer or use slow-release pellets.
* Kindly take note when you're purchasing matching pot, the diameter has to be larger than the rootball size.