Common names: kalanchoe
Description: These blooming plants’ flowers last for many weeks. The plant grows 8 to 12 inches tall with masses of small four-petaled leaves that are red, orange, coral, gold, yellow and purple. They have thick, waxy leaves with a succulent appearance.
Special Care: Water when soil feels dry to the touch and drain excess water from tray. Plants can withstand periods of dry soil. Maintain flower color with bright, indirect sunlight daily for at least four hours. Remove dead leaves and spent blossoms. The blooming period usually lasts four to eight weeks.