- Light: Bright light.
- Water: Allow soil to dry out between watering.
Kalanchoe orygalis may be the most unique (and aptly-named) succulent that we grow here at Little Prince! Just look at all those rusty-textured, spoon-shaped leaves growing from this upright, branching shrub. The underside of the ‘spoons’ are greyish-brown, while the tops are cinnamon-colored with felty hairs. Displays clusters of yellow, lantern-shaped flowers atop thin stalks. Grows tall in nature, but will remain compact in a pot.
Kalanchoe are low maintenance, and require little water once established in a well-drained soil. Ideal in warm climate landscapes and container gardens, but is especially happy sitting on your windowsill as a houseplant.