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While Caladiums are native to South America, particularly Brazil and neighbouring countries, these tropical plants bring a vibrant splash of colour to any garden or indoor space!

Caladiums are prized for their spectacular leaves, which come in a dazzling array of colours, including shades of red, pink, white, and green. The intricate patterns and combinations of these colours can make each leaf look like a work of art. There are two main types of Caladiums: fancy-leaf and strap-leaf. Fancy-leaf Caladiums have large, broad leaves with striking veining, while strap-leaf varieties have narrower, more elongated leaves, making them ideal for hanging baskets and smaller spaces.

Caladiums thrive in warm, humid conditions and prefer partial to full shade. While they can tolerate some morning sun, too much direct sunlight can scorch their delicate leaves. An ideal spot is one that receives filtered light or peaks of shade throughout the day.

Caladiums prefer consistently moist soil but not waterlogged conditions. Water them regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. High humidity is beneficial, so consider misting the plants or placing a humidifier nearby if you are growing them indoors.

Caladiums can also be grown indoors as houseplants, where they can brighten up any room with their colourful leaves. Place them in a spot with bright, indirect light and maintain a high humidity level. Regularly check the soil moisture and avoid letting it dry out completely.

Pssst... When Anna's Club members shop Caladiums in-store from now until Wednesday June 19th, they'll receive 30% off!

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