Kalanchoe plant is a low-maintenance succulent houseplant that blooms long lasting flowers in varied hues of pink, red, orange etc. Also known as Widow's Thrill Plant, this is an excellent option for those plant parents who might or might not forget to water their plant every once a while or are new to plant parenting. The plant stands out with its floret arrangement of leaves with popping blooms. They are smart container plants are make beautiful addition to monotone spaces for a contrast decor. They grow best in bright light conditions and serve as amazing balcony plants fro apartment gardens as well.
About the Kalanchoe Plant
- It is a low maintenance houseplant.
- The Plant has deep green succulent leaves with popping blooms in colours of magenta, pink, red, orange and yellow.
- The plant like bright lighted and semi-humid conditions.
- Propagating this plant is very easy through division and cutting.
- The Plant is widely used for ornamental purposes.
- Can be used as a desk plant or in workspaces.
- It is not a pet-friendly plant and can cause kidney problems to your feline friends if ingested.
- Healthy & robust Kalanchoe Plant. Mentioned height is including the pot height. Bloom colour depends on availability.
- 6 Inch of Round Black/ Brown Pot (as shown in image) along with a plate
- PlantCare planner prepared by Botanist (will be shared over whatsapp on the day of delivery).
- The mentioned specifications are indicative only. Actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
How to care for Kalanchoe Plant?
Light and Temperature tips for Kalanchoe Plant
- The plant grows best in bright lighted, but shaded conditions. make sure to keep it in shade during hot summer months from the hot afternoon sun.
- The plant can recieve early morning sunlight and late evening sunlight as well.
- The temperature should vary between 16- 32 degree celsius
- Avoid hot afternoon direct sunlight.
Water Tips for Healthy Growth of Kalanchoe Plant
- Always examine the moistness of the soil and water accordingly.
- Make sure before watering that the top of the soil is completely dry. Succulents hold water in their leaves so once a week or once every 2 week shower is ideal for the plant.
- Overwatering causes leaf yellowing, leaf dropping and root rot.
- Reduce watering during winter months.
Soil Tips for Kalanchoe Plant
- Fertilize the plant once in 2 months throughout spring and the growing season.
- Use half strength of 10-10-10 liquid high nitrogen fertilizer.
- You should use any organic fertilizer.