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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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Julie Rodgers (Orlando, US)
Very Lovely!

I love my Moonlight and it is so healthy! Beautiful leaf shape as well 💕

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Cassidy Schultz (Orlando, US)
Nice seller :)

Very polite and responsive. My plant arrived today and it's in good condition. Thank you!

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Cassidy Schultz (Orlando, US)
Nice seller :)

Very polite and responsive. My plant arrived today and it's in good condition. Thank you!

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Adalynn Diaz (Denver, US)
Delivery was fast

I received my Caladium earlier than expected. Thanks!

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Adalynn Diaz (Denver, US)
Delivery was fast

I received my Caladium earlier than expected. Thanks!

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