The Kalanchoe Thyrsiflora is a very special succulent. Native to South Africa and Madagascar, has very decorative leaves, with pink borders that contrast very much with the shades of greenery. The same leaves are covered with a layer of birch. To encourage perspiration, it is advisable to periodically remove dust with a damp cloth.
In nature, it develops in shrubs not higher than 30 centimeters. It is ideal for beautifying gardens. The flowers are tubular and very similar to those of Echeveria. To give one of these plants is a wish for a home where the person lives or will live.
Exposure and brightness: It prefers bright places but not direct exposure to sunlight.
Temperature: It can withstand temperatures below 15 ° C.
Soil type: It needs a soft soil, rich in organic (peat) and well drained.
Irrigation: From vegetative up until autumn it is enough once a week and only when the soil is completely dry. In winter it is advisable to rub or suspend the watering.
Fertilization: Once a month with specific fertilizer for succulent, mixed with watering water, or with slow release fertilizer every 2-3 months.
N.B. The specifications described above may vary depending on the climate of the area where the plant is placed and the season.