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Caladium Florida Moonlight

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Caladium Florida Moonlight is a beautiful all-white-leaf plant with thin green lining along the vein and edges of its leaves. This semi-translucent lead caladium grows extremely fast in the summer time and can tolerate full sun for a few hours a day. This plant requires frequent watering and a heavy drinker, however, do not keep its soil soaking wet as it can cause root rot. 

Caladium Florida Moonlight Care

Caladium Florida Moonlight

Watering

Water every 3-7 days when top 1" of soil is dry. Caladiums require frequent watering in summer and go dormant in winter. 

Light

High indirect sunlight or 8-10 hours under grow lights.

Temperature

65°F - 75°F 

Soil Mix

Well drained Peat Moss, Perlite, Orchid Bark

Humidity

Keep humidity high at 65 - 75%

Fertilizer

Every 4 weeks in summer and every 12 weeks in winter

Customer Reviews

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Atalaya Quesada (Yakima, US)
Love it!

I love this plant it is so beautiful only down side it two of the leaves have holes and and 2 of the others have a little damage but there are 2 that are flawless and 3 new growths coming in!

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Tanya Russo
Strong plant and came quick

Strong caladium and package came quickly. Plant is very beautiful and has new growth!

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Rita Malaga
Large caladium - exactly as described

I'm very pleased with my caladium. The plant came carefully packaged and all the leaves are in flawless condition. It has so many leaves and new growths. Excited to continue growing them through the summer. I will buy again.

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