Caring for a Kalanchoe Plant?

Caring for a Kalanchoe PlantI rescued a kalanchoe (daigremontiana?) that wasn't doing too well. After repotting and giving it plenty of light, it seems to be doing better on top and getting some new baby leaves. However, the bottom leaves are much thicker, stiffer, and most are broken. Any advice on where to go from here? Should I take off the bottom leaves, or just leave it alone? Any advice would be great! :)


Caring for a Kalanchoe Plant
Caring for a Kalanchoe Plant

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April 22, 20180 found this helpful
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Your plant looks like it is growing well but be sure to not over water and give some sunshine when possible.

  • Kalanchoe plants are easy to grow and have lovely flowers but too much water is deadly.
  • You might want to clip some of the tall growth and start a new plant.
  • Here are a couple of links with care instructions so have fun and enjoy your plants.
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April 19, 20180 found this helpful

It is a succulent, so the leaves will get thick. Leave it alone.

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