Caladium candidum is one of the white, green species. The leaves took a while to fully develop on my bulb. So at first there were only very small, green leaves on the plant and only the later leaves developed the typical coloration. In general, the Caladium candidum can reach a height of about 50cm and grows rather bushy.
Caladium candidum fact sheet:
Height: up to 50cm
Leaf: large heart-shaped leaves
Color: White translucent base color with green leaf margins and veins, the young leaves are often green and develop their typical color only after some time
General Care Instructions:
In this species portrait, you’ll learn the most important characteristics of each species. If you want to learn more about how to successfully keep Caladium indoors, you can find everything important about it on the following pages:
Preparing Caladium Tubers: From tuber to plant
Caladium soil: The right substrate for your caladiums
Caladium location: so your caladia feels right at home!
Watering Caladium: How much water does my caladia need?
Caladium deficiency symptoms: When caladiums aren’t doing well
Caladium hibernation: when caladiums go into hibernation