Pink Caladiums

Carolyn Whorton Pink Caladiums have heart-shaped leaves that are mottled pink and green with a green margin and dark pink veins running through the middle. These lush, vibrant plants can certainly provide that eye-popping color everyone enjoys and wants in their garden. Caladiums do best in well-shaded areas. Plant height will vary depending on varieties.

Size: #4, #6

Spacing: Plant 10” to 12” apart

Height: Grows 10” to 24” tall.

How To Grow: Plant in part sun to full shade.

Outstanding Features: Bulbs can be dug up, dried and stored over winter to plant the following spring

Tips: Although Caladiums tend to grow better in the shade, allowing for some sun exposure will aid in producing more vibrant colors.

Uses: Garden Bed, Containers, Borders, Landscapes

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