Kalanchoe (Kalanchoe blossfeldiana)
Kalanchoe Plant FeaturesOne of the most versatile succulents, kalanchoe is prized for its pretty foliage and boldly colored flowers. Kalanchoe is a low-maintenance standout in a sunny border or a container. Some varieties also make great gift plants because they can be purchased in full bloom throughout the winter months to be grown as houseplants. Kalanchoe grows 8 to 12 inches tall and has wide, oval-shaped shaped leaves that provide interest and color even when the plant is not in bloom. Flower colors include yellow, pink, red, or white. Hardy from zones 10-11.
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Kalanchoe Growing InstructionsPlace kalanchoe in a sunny spot, indoors or out. Because kalanchoe is a succulent you only need to water it when the soil feels super dry to the touch. Kalanchoe branches are tender and break easily so be careful when moving or transplanting.
Kalanchoe is not recommended for human or animal consumption.
Low water needs
Indoors: High light
Complement your KalanchoeMajesty Palm
Plant a ring of Kalanchoe at the base of a large Majesty Palm to add a layer of color below.
Plant Kalanchoe in a nest of Asparagus Fern to create a basket of color.
Mix different varieties of Kalanchoe together to create an amazing tapestry of color.