The Q&A Archives: Kalanchoe

Question: How can I make this plant bloom? It seems to be doing very well in a south window that gets a lot of light, but it only has two blooms.

Answer: Kalanchoe is grown as a houseplant all year around, or as an outdoor annual in some parts of the country. The leaves are dark green and fleshy, and the normal blooming season in winter to early spring. Your plant seems to be happy in its environment and can be expected to bloom fully in late winter (around Christmas), and continue to bloom through early spring.

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