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Caladium Bicolor Sherry
Any garden with a shady location has a perfect spot for caladiums. They are grown for their dramatic summer foliage. They are naturals in beds with ferns or coleus, in pots to accent shady spots, or used as indoor houseplants.
The caladium prefers indirect light or moderate shade indoors. The narrower the leaves, the greater the sun it can withstand.
Caladiums are a seasonal plant even in the tropics, where gardeners plant them in the spring and summer months when they'll thrive in the heat and wet. In the home situation, they'll do best with lots of heat, bright but indirect light, and plenty of humidity. But even under the best conditions, caladiums will only last a few months before their leaves start to die back and the plant goes dormant again.
Our indoor plants can only be sold to W.A due to quarantine regulations.