|I have had a caladium plant for only about three weeks and it is watered well but leaves keep drooping and drying up. What should I do about it?|
Another possibility, especially for a potted plant, is that the plant is water stressed in spite of your watering efforts. This can happen if the soil mix has pulled away from the sides of the pot so that each time you water the liquid actually runs straight out without dampening the soil. If this is the problem, soak the pot in a bucket of water until it is saturated through, then let the excess water drain out.
Wilting due to water shortage can also happen if the plant has outgrown its container and needs to be repotted.
Finally, if the plant is in more sunlight than it was accustomed to it can "sunburn"; if you suspect this is the case,
move it into a shadier position.
Good luck with your caladium!