Caladium Pink (Heart of jesus)
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A caladium plant is comprised of a planted bulb, stalks and the most important, the heart shaped leaves. The leaves themselves are the colorful part of the plant. No need to wait for flowers or fruit, a caladium begins to show off its brilliant display as the leaves unfurl.
Pink Symphony puts forth foliage with a pale pink background, and spring-green veining. A favorite, valued for its multi-colored, large, arrow-like leaves. Foliage colored in bands and blotches of red, rose, pink, white, bronze and green.
All parts of the plant are poisonous. should not be ingested and may irritate sensitive skin.
At least 4 to 6 hours of filtered sunlight per day.Keep the soil moist. Avoid overwatering as the roots may get rot.Avoid excess organic contents in the soil.15 - 30°CNo need much. Diluted balanced feed once in 2 months.
Caladiums should be planted in a partially shaded area, but most are capable of growing in full sun. Caladiums grown in full sun will require more water and will have a bit shorter life span due to the harsher growing conditions.
Water moderately when first planted. A soil that retains some moisture, but does not allow the bulbs to have wet feet is ideal. Caladiums will let you know when they need watering once they are up.
Fertilizer should be used sparingly. Too much could cause the leaves to be more green than white.
After receiving your caladium bulbs, just cover with a little earth, moisten and get ready for a show. Planting caladium bulbs is super easy. Caladium bulbs should be planted about 2 inches under the soil. If sprouts are identifiable, plant in upright direction.
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