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Keep the leaves clean by wiping with a damp cloth.
All parts of the Caladium plant are known to be poisionous. Take additional care when planting, pruning and around children and pets.
Remove dead stems from the base of the plant to encourage a clean well groomed appearance.
When grown indoors in winter, keep the soil on the drier side as they don’t like having too much water near their base during their dormant period.
Caladiums can go dormant in the cooler months and die down. Don’t fret if this does occur as they will pop up again once the warmer weather hits.