A cousin to the Jade plant, flowering Kalanchoe is a fairly low-maintenance succulent house plant. Flower heads on kalanchoe blossom in bright oranges, pinks, yellow, red, and white on a compact, upright plant about 6-12 inches tall. The flowers last several months, and the green plants are pretty year-round.
* The plants in the picture are only for reference.
The size and shape of pot may vary according to availability.
- Select an area with plenty of sunlight and light, sandy soil. Use cactus mix to amend the soil if it's too heavy.
- Water Kalanchoe when the soil feels dry, but avoid wetting the leaves.
- Trim off any dead or wilting flowers at their stems.