Pink and white flowers on a kalanchoe succulent.


Kalanchoe is one of the easiest plants to grow and is perfect for both beginner and experienced gardeners. With a little bit of knowledge, you can have these beautiful plants flourishing in your home as houseplants or in a warm-climate garden in no time! Use our guides down below to learn the basics of growing kalanchoe succulents, from planting to watering and fertilizing. So read on to learn more about these easy-to-care-for plants!

How to Grow and Care for Mother of Millions (Chandelier Plants)

A close up horizontal image of the succulent foliage and tiny plantlets of a mother of millions (Kalanchoe delagoensis) plant.

Easy to propagate and low-maintenance, mother of millions produces baby plantlets on its leaf tips. Also known as the chandelier plant, it’s a favorite for beginners and indoor gardeners on a budget. Learn how to grow and care for these unique succulents both indoors as a houseplant or out in the landscape. Read more now.

How to Force Flaming Katy Kalanchoe to Flower

A close up horizontal image of bright orange flowers and buds of a flaming Katy (Kalanchoe blossfeldiana) plant growing indoors.

You don’t have to toss florist’s kalanchoe after it’s done blooming. Our guide provides step-by-step instructions for forcing new blooms from the flaming Katy ornamental succulents. If you have a place to keep this houseplant in the dark and a little patience, it will reward you with another show of beautiful flowers.

How to Grow Flaming Katy Kalanchoe

A close up horizontal image of the delicate flowers of flaming Katy (florist's kalanchoe) pictured on a dark soft focus background.

Flaming Katy is a blooming succulent you can grow indoors, or outside in Zones 10 to 12. Learn how to propagate and care for florist’s kalanchoe in our guide, whether you’re growing it as a houseplant or as an outdoor perennial in warm regions. The flowers are cheery and plants are easy to start from cuttings to share.

How to Grow and Care for Kalanchoe

A close up horizontal image of colorful kalanchoe plants growing in pots.

The Kalanchoe genus includes a range of perennial succulents that are hardy in Zones 9-12, depending on the variety. Our guide explains how to grow kalanchoe outdoors in warm areas or indoors as a houseplant. And it’s easily propagated from cuttings, seeds, or plantlets produced on leaf edges. Read more now.