Turk's cap plants can grow in a variety of conditions, including full sun, full shade, wet soil, and dry soil.
Turks cap prefer full to medium sunlight, but can survive in low-lit conditions. They can also grow in pots.
Central Texas east to Florida, north to Arkansas and South Carolina, south through Mexico.
Turk's cap plants grow best in moist, loamy, well-drained soils. They can grow in a variety of soil types, including rocky, clay, sandy, alkaline, or acidic soils. Once established, they are drought tolerant, low water needs, but can also grow in slightly wet areas.
However, they can look wilted by the end of the day in full sun.
During the growing season (Spring), fertilize them lightly with a balanced organic fertilizer compost tea or compost.