Care & Handling Kalanchoe Plants
Kalanchoe blossfeldiana var. is a naturally bushy succulent plant, which is native to the highlands of Madagascar. It is grown for its clusters of long-lasting brightly colored flowers.
Water: Maintain the soil on the dry side. Water thoroughly after the soil surface appears and feels dry. Always remember to remove any excess water that may remain in the bottom of the pot after watering.
Light: Place Kalanchoes in a sunny East or West-facing window, which receives a minimum of 4 hours of sunlight per day. If you place your plant outdoors in the summer months, place in a semi-shaded area.
Temperatures: Moderate temperatures of 65-70F during the day and 60-65F at night are ideal.
Fertilizer: During the flowering cycle, fertilize using a water-soluble fertilizer twice a week following the manufacturers recommendations.
Tips: Plant material, such as this product, should not be eaten. While most plants are harmless, some contain toxins.