About Kalanchoe Plants
Kalanchoe, is a genus of about 125 species of tropical, succulent flowering plants in the family Crassulaceae. Kalanchoe plants are thick leaved succulents that are often seen in florist shops or garden centres. Most end up as potted plants but areas that can mimic their native land of Madagascar can grow them outdoors.
While usually grown as a house plant, the succulent perennials of the Kalanchoe family can grow outside in regions with warm or mild winters. Dense clusters of tiny fragrant yellow flowers appear in spring on this vigorous, easy to grow ground cover. After blooming is finished enjoy the silvery coloured, evergreen leaves.
Kalanchoes are pretty low-maintenance plants and the deep green, scalloped leaves of the kalanchoe are just as attractive as the flowers. The sculpted foliage persists after bloom and provides for a handsome plant. The starryflowering available in red, pink, yellow, or whitecolors which are long lasting and bloom in winter to spring.