Caladium Aaron .( Bulbs) TROPICAL
Aaron Caladium Bulbs, Beautiful ornamental foliage
Aaron's pearly white leaves with contrasting dark green borders will work well for those sunny locations in your landscape. These popular caladiums are tall enough to allow another shorter red or pink caladium variety to grow in front for a spectacular border. Aaron, as all caladiums, will do well in shady areas - a versatile "classic" caladium.
How To Plant Elephant Ears & Caladium
Soil temperature is an important consideration, as planting too early outdoors can cause tubers to rot. These plants thrive in moist, well-drained soil and are generally happier in partial shade. When you plant Elephant Ears & Caladium, you should plant them about 4 to 6 inches deep and 4 to 6 inches apart
If you’re growing caladiums indoors, keep them in a warm room with plenty of light until outside temperatures are warm enough to transplant. Elephant Ears & Caladium Tubers should be planted about one to two inches deep with the knobs, or eye buds, facing up. While this may sometimes be difficult to distinguish in some varieties, those that are planted upside down will still emerge, only slower.
|Thrives in Heat and Humidity|
|Grows Well in Containers|
|Tolerates Full Sun|
HOW TO PLANT CALADIUMS
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