How to Grow Kalanchoes

How to Grow Kalanchoes

Where to Grow Kalanchoes Kalanchoes grown as houseplants are sun worshippers,

 A south-facing window is ideal, though west-facing will also work. One thing kalanchoes don’t like, though, is the cold, so make sure to keep them away from drafty windows and doors.

Choose a pot that’s not more than 2 inches wider than the root ball of your new kalanchoe. Make sure it has drainage holes, too.

Fill the pot ⅓ full with Miracle-Gro® Cactus, Palm & Citrus Potting Mix, which provides the excellent drainage your new plant baby needs, plus a bit of food to start growing strong.

Carefully remove the kalanchoe from its original container and place it in the new pot so that the top of the root ball is about an inch below the rim (to leave room for watering).

Fill in around the root ball with more potting mix and pat gently.

Thoroughly water your kalanchoe, let it drain, then move it to its new home. Be sure to place the pot on a saucer so moisture won’t leak onto your furniture.

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