Native to Madagascar, the 'Oak Leaf' Kalanchoe is a bushy, evergreen succulent plant that grows to about 30-40cm tall. This succulent produces grey-green fleshy foliage with a fuzzy texture and bronze highlights in a compact shrub formation. They are hardy, and have beautiful foliage, making them a fantastic addition to gardens, rockeries and collections.
Common Name: Oak Leaf, Dwarf Velvet Plant
Height: Grows to about 40cm tall.
Light: Full sun to partial shade
Water: Water during the summer and spring, making sure it has good drainage. Reduce water in the winter to monthly. Excess water can damage the plant.
Flowers: Produces a 30-50cm tall flower spike with red bell-shaped flowers.
Propagation: From stem cuttings or leaf cuttings during spring- autumn.
Care: Keep in either a pot, planter or garden bed, in good quality, well-draining soil. Very low-maintenance plant in suitable growing conditions.
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