- Key Points
- Care & Tips
Kalanchoe plants belong to the family Crassulaceae and genus Kalanchoe that consists of around 125 species. These tropical flowering plants are natives to Madagascar, but a few species are found in Brazil and some parts of Asia. The name 'Kalanchoe' is believed to be Chinese in origin. # Some species of kalanchoes are said to be toxic for cats. # Kalanchoe blossfeldiana is the most popular and commonly found house-plant among the kalanchoe species.
Indoor Avoid Direct Sunlight
Height 10 inches
Watering Two to three times a week
Scientific Name Kalanchoe
Blooming Time Summer
- Fertilise it with high potassium fertiliser.
- Water plants deeply and thoroughly.
- In early spring, remove dead stems from established plants.
- The image is indicative in nature. As plants are natural products, shape and size may be of varying scale.
- For flowering plants, the flower can be fully bloomed, semi bloomed or in bud stage.