Caladium Hilo Beauty prefers bright, indirect light but can tolerate low light conditions.
Watering frequency will depend on the humidity and temperature of your environment, as well as the size of the pot the plant is in.
A general rule of thumb is to wait until the top 5 cm (2 inches) of soil is dry before watering and to make sure the soil is evenly moist but not soggy.
If the leaves of your Caladium Hilo Beauty start to yellow or wilt, it may be getting too much water.
On the other hand, if the leaves start to droop and feel dry to the touch, it may be getting too little water.
Caladium Hilo Beauty prefers temperatures between 60-90°F (15-32°C).
You can fertilize your Caladium Hilo Beauty once a month during the growing season with a balanced liquid fertilizer.
Caladium Hilo Beauty prefers high humidity, but it can tolerate average humidity.
Mist the leaves regularly to increase humidity around the plant.
Caladium Hilo Beauty prefers rich, loamy soil with good drainage.
You can use a soil mix specifically formulated for tropical plants or a general-purpose potting soil with added peat moss or perlite for extra drainage.
Caladium Hilo Beauty can be grown outside in tropical and subtropical regions, but it should be brought indoors or protected during frost or freezing temperatures.
Caladium Hilo Beauty can be propagated by dividing the rhizome into smaller sections or by using seeds to grow new plants.
Some common problems that can affect Caladium Hilo Beauty include over-watering, which can lead to root rot, and under-watering, which can cause the leaves to droop and turn yellow.