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Kalanchoe

Kalanchoe

An easy houseplant, that's the Kalanchoe. A succulent plant with its origins in East Africa, Madagascar and Southeast Asia. Its family consists of no less than 125 species, to which many flowering species belong. The plant is very low-maintenance, and therefore also suitable for the plant lover without green fingers.

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Kalanchoe

An easy houseplant, that’s the Kalanchoe. A succulent plant with its origins in East Africa, Madagascar and Southeast Asia. Its family consists of no less than 125 species, to which many flowering species belong. The plant is very low-maintenance, and therefore also suitable for the plant lover without green fingers.

Kalanchoe

An easy houseplant, that’s the Kalanchoe. A succulent plant with its origins in East Africa, Madagascar and Southeast Asia. Its family consists of no less than 125 species, to which many flowering species belong. The plant is very low-maintenance, and therefore also suitable for the plant lover without green fingers.

Indirect sunlight

Water once a month

No air-purifying plant

No extra plant nutrition required

Toxic

Repot every 3 years

Indirect sunlight

Water once a month

No air-purifying plant

No extra plant nutrition required

Toxic

Repot every 3 years

How do you take care of a Kalanchoe?

The best location

As the Kalanchoe is a succulent plant, it can be found almost anywhere. From direct sunlight to half shade. No problem for the plant! Although it stands most in its spot with indirect sunlight. As soon as the plant receives a lot of natural light, the Kalanchoe gets a red glow. If there is too little light, the leaves of the Kalanchoe will darken.

Watering the Kalanchoe

The Kalanchoe is a succulent plant. One of the characteristics of a succulent is that the plant stores water in its stem and leaves. Kalanchoe does the same. It is therefore not necessary to water more than once a month. Ideal! Do you water too much or too often? Then the plant will suffer from root rot anyway.

Plant nutrition

The Kalanchoe does not need any extra nutrition, as the plant extracts its nutrients from the soil. If you still want to feed the Kalanchoe, make use of nutrition for Cacti.

Repotting

If you buy the Kalanchoe, it is best to repot the plant. The most suitable period to repot a plant is spring. In principle, repotting the Kalanchoe is only necessary after about 3 years. Or when the plant grows out of its pot, of course. When repotting always use a flower pot that is 20% larger than the previous one.

Air purifying function

The Kalanchoe an air-purifying plant? Well, not exactly, no. No problem, the Kalanchoe has other properties that can make you happy.

Is the Kalanchoe poisonous?

As soon as pets or children take a bite of the Kalanchoe it can be dangerous. The poison of the Kalanchoe is poisonous. Has the plant been eaten? Then contact a doctor immediately and keep a close eye on striking behaviour.

Diseases and peculiarities

Fat plants have little attraction to vermin. The plants are also not very susceptible to diseases. Should the Kalanchoe still suffer from pests, then you can use pesticides.

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