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They’re tolerant of filtered sunlight, bright indirect, or partial shade, but prefer full shade in warmer regions. Provide them with well-draining soil, and if you notice water puddles 5–6 hours after a hard rain, scout out another site or amend the soil with organic material to improve the drainage.
When to Plant: Plant your Caladium tubers outside in the spring after the risk of frost has passed and daytime temperatures stay above 70 degrees. These plants will only grow when the soil is warm, but if you’re gardening in a colder climate and would like to get a jump start
you can always start them indoors 4–6 weeks before the average last frost date. Depending on the soil quality and air temperature, your Caladium tubers will develop sprouts and roots a few weeks after planting.
For outdoor landscape planting, find a spot where your Caladiums will receive filtered sunlight, bright indirect, or partial shade. Dig holes and plant the tubers about 2″ deep and 8–12″ apart with the growing points or “eyes” facing up