Kalanchoe Plant Care


Kalanchoe Plant

With summer heating up around here, I thought I would share some tips and advice about a summertime favorite, the kalanchoe plant, that I came across recently.

, which are part of the Crassula family (think jade plant) are a very easy plant to grow and maintain. I share some basic instructions on the care of kalanchoe plants here.

I also wanted to share some links to a few of the more unusual varities of kalanchoe plants – ones that are not typically found at your local florist.

Growing Flowering Plants : Growing Kalanchoe Plants

The plant is called the leaf of life plant and will take a full, hot sun. Learn about growing kalanchoe plants from a horticulturist in this free gardening video on flowering and bedding plants. Expert: Stan DeFreitas Contact: www.mrgt.net …

An interesting Kalanchoe

Visiting a garden centre during our visit to Holland in March I spotted a Kalanchoe with double green flowers, so added it to the trolley. The decorative wrapping around the pot informed me it was from the Queen Series of Kalanchoe, …

Publish Date: 06/15/2010 13:54


Piece of Eden: Kalanchoe beharensis

A gardening friend got herself a Kalanchoe beharensis specimen. It’s about 5 feet (1.5 meters) tall in that picture, looking a little stressed from winter. I saw it again in late April and it was gorgeous once more. …

Publish Date: 05/13/2010 9:00


All Andrew's Plants: Kalanchoe 'Pearl Bells'

It’s a Kalanchoe ‘Pearl Bells’ and my first Kalanchoe. I can’t say I’ve ever been seriously tempted by a Kalanchoe before and I’m not generally one to buy a plant for the flowers but I’m not one to turn down a free plant so here we are. …

Publish Date: 04/19/2010 20:13


Pearl Bells kalanchoe – Projo Garden Blog

One of the new plants is Pearl Bells, which reminded me of Lucky Bells kalanchoe. The flowers are bell-shaped, in clusters and little larger than Lucky Bells. The colors of Pearl Bells’ flowers are even more striking. …

Publish Date: 02/12/2010 13:49



  • Catherinehermens7

    I just purchased my kalantchoe plant a month ago and never watered it until yesterday i have two leaves that have turned yellow please tell why and what do i do?

  • http://www.flowersfloralflorist.com/blog/ Greg Johnson

    A month is too long for a kalanchoe to go between waterings. That’s why you are getting the yellowing leaves.