Kalanchoe thrysiflora 'Flapjack'
Common names: Mother of Millions
Kalanchoe is a succulent species native to Africa, and is comprised of over 100 unique Plants, all of which show off colorful blooms throughout the year if they are given proper conditions. 'Flapjack' appears similar to jades with its rounded succulent leaves, but they grow in a rosette cluster and lay flat like their namesake pancake.
Light: Bright Filtered
Water: Drought Tolerant
Ease: Easy Breezy
Pet Friendly: No
Care: If you want your Kalanchoe to bloom, stimulate a hibernation period by giving it 12-14 hours of nighttime for several weeks leading up to late December, and bright filtered light for the remainder of the day. Once you see buds forming, you can move the plant to a spot with brighter light and watch as it lives its bloom cycle!