A Succulent Easy to Keep Alive
Kalanchoe Pumila is a beautiful and bountiful succulent that is easy to keep alive.
This succulent is extremely drought tolerant and is relatively pest free.
Since it is drought tolerant it is great for warm outdoor climates and will grow 8-12 inches tall.
Let’s get to the skinny on what makes this succulent the easiest to keep alive.
This plant is native to Madagascar and creates purple veined pink flowers in Spring.
How to Grow Kalanchoe Pumila
Grow in garden beds, containers, or use this succulent to fill up empty spaces.
If planting indoors it can be converted into a great hanging plant.
If you are in a cooler climate grow this succulent under glass as a houseplant.
Kalanchoe Pumila can also be used a border plant since it grows low and it will not overshadow medium sized plants.
How to Care for Kalanchoe Pumila
Kalanchoe Pumila Care Instructions:
-Propagate leaf or stem cuttings
-Cut off dried flowers when they are done
-Cut the plant back if the leaves look worn and battered
-Water moderately and allow the plant to fully dry in between watering