The leaves of Freida Hemple have gentle green edges and are formed like hearts in crimson. It looks lovely whether it is grouped together or used as an accent with other plants. Caladiums are sensitive plants that will improve practically any gloomy space, from patios and decks to shady corners of the garden. They are grown specifically for their attractive foliage.
Caladium Companion Plants: coleus, impatiens, begonias
Freida Hemple Caladium Plant Care Instructions: If grown indoors as a houseplant, the plant will need misted regularly or the container can be placed on top of a pebble filled tray with water. If grown outdoors in a container, plants need watered daily. If grown in the soil, watering can be less frequently if mulch is used. Once the foliage starts dying back in the fall, cut the stems back to the soil. Dig up the tubers and store them for the winter.