How do I fix my leggy kalanchoe? Pinching Back
Prevent kalanchoe from becoming “leggy” by pinching off tall shoots and spent flower stems. This will promote new growth and flowers while keeping the plant compact and healthy-looking.
What can I do with a leggy kalanchoe plant?
Once the plants become completely stretched out you can't bring them back to normal. In case your Kalanchoes appear stretched out and leggy, immediately move your plants under a light source, give them essential pruning and propagate new plants.
Should I cut back Kalanchoe?
Kalanchoes require some pruning to remove dead or damaged branches and to shape the plant, and they should be pruned to encourage repeat blooming. Prune them right after they bloom to promote more blossoms; it typically takes two to three weeks for new flower buds to develop after pruning.
Can you root kalanchoe in water?
Once your cutting develops roots, you can treat it just as you would a rooted offset. If you rooted it in water, it's time to give it home in a pot. Succulent potting mix works well for kalanchoe.
How big do kalanchoe get?
|height||6 to 12 inches 1 to 3 feet|
|width||6 inches to 3 feet wide|
|flower color||Red Orange White Pink Yellow|
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Can you transplant Kalanchoe?
Kalanchoe is a succulent plant in the Crassulaceae family with approximately 125 varieties. Flowering kalanchoe (Kalanchoe blossfeldiana) is commonly used as a houseplant. Transplant kalanchoe into the garden in fall, while potbound kalanchoe can be transplanted into a larger pot in spring after they bloom.