One 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.
Kalanchoe Growing Instructions
Place 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.