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Here at Happy Houseplants, we like to offer unusual and hard to find plants. This plant has really come into fashion for obvious reasons - beautiful foliage with gorgeous colours, the Caladiums have become a seasonal favourite.
Native to South American tropical rainforests, this plant loves humidity, and will thrive in hot humid conditions. Feed-in Spring and early summer in the growing season with good plant food. In winter Caladium may go dormant and slowly die back to tubers, once the leaves are spent, cut them off, store them in a dark, dry space over winter and stop watering until next spring. In ideal environments, Caladium can be kept active year long.
If you’re looking for a Caladium plant for sale then here at Happy Houseplants we think we have the best houseplants (UK) but we aren’t just selling you a plant - we are selling you style!
For a special gift, we can include a free handwritten card with your delivery for that special person. Just leave your message at the basket stage of checkout - we’ll make sure there isn’t any paperwork so that the lucky recipient won’t see the price!
Where should I put this plant?
Caladiums like a bright spot with indirect light - any room in the house is fine really as long as the light is good.
How should I water it?
Water perhaps every couple of weeks in summer, less in winter. Only water when the top two inches of soil are dry, do not overwater. Caladiums Monstera loves humidity so a misting spray and a humid environment are ideal - think rainforest!
Does it need feeding?
You can use a liquid plant feed a couple of times in the spring/summer months. We sell our own vegan, organic plant food.
Is this plant suitable if I have pets?
No, this plant is toxic to pets.
What size is this plant?
They will grow to about 24 inches (60 cm) high and 24 inches (60 cm) wide.
If you would like more information on caring for houseplants, please have a look at our video here
All our plants are supplied in a plastic nursery pot