Caladium Plants


kro added on August 20, 2012 | Answered

My caladiums are doing pretty well. However, some of the trunks tend to seemingly be unsupportive of the leaves. Most of the leaves stand up proud. Is this to be expected or is there something I could be doing differently?

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Answered on August 26, 2012

This typically indicates that the plant may not have enough sunlight. The stems are stretching out the leaves to find more. If you can get a bit more light to the plant, this should help.

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