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Caladium - Chinook

Caladium - Chinook

Regular price $23.95
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Includes: 3 large Caladium bulbs

Shipping: "In Stock" items ship by zone until all zones are open for the season. "Preorder" follows our shipping policy by planting season.

SKU: 11441-03

Bold Salmon-Colored Caladium Bulbs for Sale | Chinook

When you need to bring some brilliance to shady garden spaces, few plants are better than the bold salmon-tinted leaves of Caladium Chinook. This striking variety fancies partial or complete shade and, in return, yields a refreshing splash of foliage flaunting deep pink veins and dark green outer leaves. Famous for its fabulously unique appearance, Chinook will happily add color and beauty to all of your creative planting beds and gardens.

These plants make excellent companion plants for tuberous Begonias, and together, they create a lasting impact in landscape beds, 4" or larger patio pots, or hanging baskets. Easy to plant and grow, these hardy performers only ask for a little warm soil, occasional fertilizer, and water to keep the color vibrant all season. Enjoy!

Easy to Grow Features:

  • Zone: 9-11 or Indoors
  • Height: 12-14 in.
  • Spacing: 10-12 in.
  • Sunlight: Partial Shade to Full Shade; Indirect to Low Indoors
  • Water: Moderate
  • Flowering Time: Grown for Colorful Foliage
  • Flower Color: Salmon Leaves with Deep Pink Veins
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  • Planting Depth
    1.5 - 2 in.
  • Planting Proximity
    10-12"
  • Planting Season
    Spring
  • Plant Benefits
    Colorful tropical foliage provides interest in shade or indoors!
  • Water Quantity
    Moderate
  • Bloom Season
    Grown for colorful foliage
  • Sunlight Quantity
    Partial Shade to Full Shade; Indirect Indoors
  • Hardiness Zones
    Zones 9-11 or indoors

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I need to know what can i do for the winter, dig them up and put back in next year or can I just cover them up with burlap and hope they survive the winter or should i try to bring them in the house for winter? thank for any info.