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Kalanchoe plants are flowering succulents, most often grown in pots as a brightly-colored houseplant but also beautiful in rock gardens or on the patio. They are native to Madagascar, some to Brazil and certain parts of Asia.
Though most of these plants are small, grow to a height of around one meter, some species can be tree-sized with a height of about six meters.
One of the most popular species grown today is Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana and its many hybrids.
They bloom from late fall till late winter, producing small clusters of brightly-colored flowers, mostly in shades of yellow, red, orange or purple.
Like all succulents Kalanchoe plants have a fleshy, evergreen foliage, very ornamental.
They are very forgiving plants, they can tolerate drought, in fact it is advised to allow to dry between watering.
They are promotional offers in every supermarket at this time of the year, at season end.
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