The Q&A Archives: Kalanchoe

Question: I have a Kalanchoe and it sits in a sunny south window, it is doing very well. I have seen two pink blooms for a few weeks. I would like to make it go into full boom. What can I do to make it boom?

Answer: Your Kalanchoe may bloom sporadically in spring or summer, but it's natural blooming cycle is during the winter months. Just be patient and the plant will bloom fully around Christmastime.

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