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Flowering Kalanchoe

Flowering Kalanchoe

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Get to Know Flowering Kalanchoe!


Kalanchoes are popular succulent houseplants with long lasting blooms. Here's how to care for flowering kalanchoes & get them to bloom again.


Allow the Flowering Kalanchoe’s soil to become 100% dry between waterings. Be careful not to overwater as their roots are prone to root rot. Water slowly, allowing it to soak into the soil, until liquid flows through the drainage hole at the bottom of the pot. Discard any water that has accumulated in the saucer.


Your plant will need plenty of bright light to bloom. It will do best by a sunny south or west window.

To help the Flowering Kalanchoe rebloom, place it in complete darkness at night for 12-14 hours (closets work best) and then bright light for 10-12 hours. Also, pinch back or cut dead flowers to encourage more blooms.


Flowering Kalanchoe plants are considered to be toxic to pets.

Sad Plant (is your plant dying?)

1. Overwatering
2. Absence of water
3. Excessive Exposure to Sunlight
4. Absence of Sunlight
5. Extremely Low Temperatures
6. Excessive Fertilization
7. Insect Pests
8. Unsuitable Soil and Inadequate Drainage