This plant has no fragrance
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Flowering Kalanchoe Overview
This cultivar was bred from Kalanchoe blossfeldiana. It produces fairly large flowerheads that can last for up to six weeks. Mostly grown as an indoor plant. The succulent leaves make it a waterwise choice, but look out for snails nibbling on them!
Common problems with Flowering Kalanchoe
Susceptible to mealybugs.
How to harvest Flowering Kalanchoe
Generally no parts are harvested.
How to propagate Flowering Kalanchoe
Take stem cuttings with one or two leaves attached in spring or summer, root in light sandy mix, cover with plastic bag to create humidity, rooting will take about 3 weeks.
Special features of Flowering Kalanchoe
Place plant in areas that receive high light levels for a number of hours per day.
Plant in well draining potting mix that is high in organic material.
Succulent leaves allow to survive dry spells.