|I planted a row of kalanchoes along a border that receives morning sun about 2 months ago. The leaves look healthy but the flowers dried up about a month ago and haven't rebloomed. Is this normal or should I give up and replace them with different flowers? Any recommendations?
|Answer from NGA
May 12, 2010
|Kalanchoes typically bloom in the spring and they flower best in full sunshine. I suspect that your plants were all primed to bloom right on time but that transplanting them set them back a little. They may develop new flower buds later this spring or they may wait until next spring to bloom for you. Either way, they should eventually put out that flower display.
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