Caladium is easy to grow and very rewarding. The only thing you can really do wrong is to plant the bulbs too early in spring; they need warm soil, so wait until the garden soil feels pleasantly warm when you sink your index finger into it. Set them "upside down" -- the knobby side up! -- and before you know it, long, furled tendrils will shoot up, each opening to reveal a beautifully patterned, colorful leaf!
Caladiums remain vibrant and attractive for many months, asking only to be dug up before the first hard frost and stored in a cool, dark location until next spring, when they will perform an encore in your garden and containers! Pack of 5 bulbs.