Calandiva’s can be placed indoor and outdoor. When indoors, the small flowers will continue for several weeks in bright light. They should only receive direct sunlight for a few hours a day. They can be planted outside during the spring to the fall. They should be brought inside during the winter.

Calandivas are happiest when their soil is kept dry and not overwatered. They should be fertilized once a month with water-soluble general-purpose houseplant fertilizer.

Common Names: Double Kalanchoe, flaming Katy, Christmas kalanchoe, florist kalanchoe and Madagascar widow’s-thrill.

Origin: Native of Madagascar

Available in 6 inch and 3 inch novelty

This plant is not intended for human or animal consumption.