Caladium leaves are combinations of red, pink, green and/or white, with colored midribs and contrasting backgrounds and borders. The varied leaf colors and patterns create many uses for caladiums in the landscape.
- This old fashioned favorite is known for their big, beautiful leaves
- Caladiums thrive in partial sun to full shade and can be planted in the landscape or containers
- They also make excellent house plants
- Caladiums are tender and can overwinter in Zones 8-10 but in cooler climates tubers can be dug and stored indoors until spring