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Heart of Jesus-Caladium
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Heart of Jesus-Caladium

Heart of Jesus-Caladium

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Heart of Jesus

This plant is mainly known as Heart of Jesus or caladium. It also has several common names, including Elephant ears or Angel wings due to its specific shape can remind heart, wings, or even ears. Caladium can boast with its stunning foliage: let’s get to know all the preferences of this cutie!

Heart of Jesus-Caladium: The Leafy Love Story You've Been Waiting For! 💚❤️

Are you ready to fall head over heels for a plant that wears its heart on its leaves? Meet the Heart of Jesus-Caladium, where love and nature unite in a burst of colors and emotions! 🌱🌿💘

Why We're Smitten with the Heart of Jesus-Caladium: 😍

🍃 Leafy Love Notes: These heart-shaped leaves are Mother Nature's way of sending you a botanical love letter. Each leaf is a unique expression of green passion. 💚💌

🌈 Colors That Make Your Heart Skip a Beat: From radiant reds to calming greens, the Heart of Jesus wears a rainbow of emotions. It's like a vivid love story unfolding in your garden! 🌈❣️

🌱 Low-Maintenance Love: No need to worry about high-maintenance drama. This plant is as easy-going as it gets. It loves some filtered sunlight and regular watering. That's it! 🌞🚿

🪴 A Garden Romance: Create a garden romance like no other. Plant the Heart of Jesus-Caladium in pots, beds, or borders – it's the perfect partner for all your garden affairs! 🪴🌼

Planting the Heart of Jesus-Caladium: Where Love Blossoms! 🌱🌷

Watering

 These plants aren’t picky. To keep your plant alive and healthy, you need to water it regularly, approximately once a week. In their growing periods, they need more regular watering. When you water your plant, the very first thing you need to pay attention to dryness of the soil. If the top layer is dry, then go on! This plant needs water! But otherwise don’t bother it, because overwatering can be bad for plant’s condition. Typical symptoms of overwatering, such as yellowing or curling leaves, may occur; also, it can cause root rot.

Temperature

The most suitable temperature for caladiums is 15°C-21°C (59°F-70°F). These plants depend on warm temperatures, and it can be dangerous if it is too cold. The heart of Jesus can grow indoors and outdoors; in this case, you need to remember that you can plant it outside only when the soil temperature is at least 21°C (70 °F).

Speaking of low temperatures, these plants won’t be safe outside in winter in most climates, so you should keep it somewhere warm, for example, in house or storage. But in mild climates, where the average temperature remains about 7°C (45 °F), overwintering outdoors is possible; you need to pay more attention to your plant. You need to remove naturally fallen leaves during this period and cover the plant with a ‘blanket’ made from straws or bark. The size of such cover should be 5-10 cm (2-4 inches). This procedure will help to keep soil in good condition and to prevent damages and freezing.

Light

With these plants, you should avoid direct sunlight, notably in warmer seasons. But it doesn’t mean you should place your caladium in some dark corner because it can weaken the plant. First of all, lousy placement affects its pigmentation – the plant can lose its colors, so there will be only green instead of two colors. The plant enjoys bright but indirect sunlight; it affects its growth very well.

Other recommendations

  1. Which soil to choose? The best soil for the heart of Jesus should be well-drained, and it should be full of organic matters, such as composted leaves, etc. Give a preference to universal or premium potting mixes.

  2. How much fertilizer does it need? These plants don’t require a lot of fertilizer; in fact, too much of it can damage the plant. You can use liquid fertilizer or a controlled-release one.

  3. How to choose the pot? The pot size needs to be twice as large as tubers; for example, for a tuber of about 5 cm (1 inch), you will need a pot of about 10-12 cm (3-7 inches).

  4. How to prevent diseases? Since caladiums grow from tubers, the tubers are the first ones to be attacked by diseases, usually caused by fungus. To avoid such a problem, drench tubers in hot water (about 50°C (122°F) before planting to kill fungus, check if it’s dry, and finally plant it.

Join the Heartfelt Love Story - Let Your Garden Bloom with Emotion! 💞🌿

Experience the love story that nature has written with the Heart of Jesus-Caladium. Its heart-shaped leaves and vibrant colors will infuse your garden with love and emotion. Plant a little love today! 💚❤️🌿🌼