Kalanchoe plants grown indoors prefer to receive natural sunlight that is relatively bright, but they don’t do well in direct sunlight. Be sure to keep your plants off any hot windows (south-facing) as it can reduce blooming and scorch the leaves.
– Unbalanced Growth – Leaf Drop – Pale Foliage – Elongated Stems – Smaller Bloom Cycle
If you occasionally forget to water your plants, a kalanchoe plant may be a great fit. This perennial grows in arid areas and requires moderate water to survive. Especially in the winter season, it needs even less watering to grow and bloom.