Miss Muffitt



The Miss Muffitt Caladium is a non-flowering houseplant that is known for its intriguing pattern that is a heart shaped leaf that is chartreuse in color with maroon-pink speckles and sometimes bright pink veining. At maturity this plant can grow to measure about 1 foot tall and wide. The ideal growing conditions of this plant consist of moist well-draining loamy soil, in partial to full shade, and watering adequately allowing the top layer of soil to dry out between waterings. To encourage more growth, the Miss Muffitt Caladium can benefit from fertilizer once per month in the spring and summer. In order to keep the plant healthy, it is best to repot once every two years. The hardiness zones of this plant are 9 to 12.