CaladiumCaladium plants do not survive the cold weather of Tennessee. At the end of season in 2013 (foliage died back and before the first frost) I dug my caladium bulbs out of the ground, brushed off the dirt, carefully snipped any lingering leaf stalks and laid them out to dry for a week or so. They were then packed in dry peat moss in a shoe box and stored on a closet shelf with a 60-70 degree temperature. Replanted this past spring, I am enjoying their second year.

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