Kalancho? is part of the Crassulaceae family which is originally from Africa and Asia. Most Kalancho?s grow in Madagascar and in Southern- and South-Eastern Africa, predominantly in dry ?savannah? areas, with great differences in temperature between day and night, which can be up to 35 degrees Celsius.
Your plant is a short-day-plant, which means that, in the wild, it only start to grow when there is less than 12 hours of daylight a day. It is only then that your plant grows new flowers. This can take some time, so perhaps you had better purchase a new, already blooming Kalancho? if you miss its flowers.
Your Kalancho? does fine in the window in the full sun. Its bright colours will actually benefit from lots of sunlight.
You can also place some of them in a trendy bowl and put them on your garden table outside, or even plant a complete flowerbed of Kalancho?. You will certainly not be disappointed with the looks of them. Plant outside after frost.. Minimum temperature is 12 centigrade.
Its fierce, intense colours, its great endurance, its continuous and easy bloom: this plant has all it takes to be a very rewarding plant!
Do remove the outgrown flowers, for these ensure continuous bloom!