The Kalanchoe is a strong, easy growing houseplant ,it belongs to the Crassulaceae (succulents) family. In the wild, these plants grow in the warm and dry steppes of South Africa and India. The Kalanchoë blossfeldiana flowers (and is available) the whole year round.
Temperature: Kalanchoe blossfeldiana thrives in a warm, light spot in the living room. It prefers a South-facing window although the Kalanchoe is suitable for anywhere in the home, even in full sun, but do protect it from intense afternoon sun. The Kalanchoe can survive in a cool room – just water less.
Lighting preference: needs moderate to bright indirect light
Electrical lighting: ideal for offices or fluorescent lighting
Irrigation of water: requires little watering (once every 14 days is sufficient). Allow the plant to dry out between waterings
Fertilization and feeding: Apply a weak dose of a fertilizer once or twice a month during the growing season.
Diseases : Kalanchoe is a strong plant and immune to most well-known diseases. If you should unfortunately find some brown spots or mouldy white threads among the leaves, remove these leaves immediately.