Kalanchoe problems: the expert answers on the diseases of the kalanchoe


THE AGRONOMIST ANSWERS ON HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR PLANTS

WHAT TO DO AFTER MY KALANCHOE BLOOMS?

QUESTION OF MARA

Dear agronomist,

I have a kalanchoe daigremontiana that bloomed at the end of winter creating beautiful clusters of bluebells. Now I ask myself the question of when it will fade: how should I behave? Will I have to cut the bearing stem or is it better to leave it intact? I'd like to see it bloom again: does it have an annual bloom? Thank you!

Regards.

Mara

AGRONOME ANSWERS

Hi Mara,

after your Kalanchoe has withered, cut the flower stems above the first pair of leaves and then repot. Follow the directions given in his data sheet and you will see that next year will give you a new beautiful bloom.

If you have any doubts, do not hesitate to write me again.

Dr. M. G. Davoli


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