Kalanchoe, or kal-un-KOH-ee, or kal-un-kee, also written Kalanchöe or Kalanchoë, is a genus of about 125 species of tropical, succulent flowering plants in the family Crassulaceae, mainly native to Madagascar and tropical Africa.
As an indoor plant in cooler climates, kalanchoe grows best in full sun or bright indirect light. This plant needs a very well-drained soil. Water thoroughly but let dry between watering. Fertilize actively growing plants with a well-balanced fertilizer or a formulation higher in phosphorus to promote better flowering.
The best rule of thumb for watering a kalanchoe is to stick your finger in the soil every few days. When the top 2 inches of soil is dry (all the way dry, not just sort of dry), it's time to water. Indoors, this will probably mean you'll only need to water every 2 or 3 weeks, but be sure to check regularly.
Not the most amazing air purifiying plant but it is great to look at. For plant lovers who lack a green thumb, growing kalanchoe, all species of kalanchoe are poisonous to dogs, cats and birds, but not to humans if eaten.
Kalanchoe (Various Colours)
A single Kalanchoe in a 12cm plastic pot. As plants are from nature and no two plants are the same, your plant may vary from the image.