Magic in a wonderful Kalanchoe
If tinkerbell had a home it would be amongst the bells of the 'Magic Bells' Kalanchoe! The tiny little bell shaped flowers create a delightful cheery addition to your home!
This kalanchoe has also been nicknamed 'Mother or Thousands' due to the fountain of bell shaped flowers that seem to spill over from the central stem!
Location Suggestions: Place in a warm bright location. They look great on coffee table and bookshelves!
Key Benefits of Kalanchoe 'Magic Bells'
Kalanchoe’s have a specialized leaf system. The fleshy succulent leaves store water that the plant can use during periods of drought. This plant prefers to be left alone and is perfect for those who occasionally forget to water their plants!
Kalanchoe 'Magic Bells' Plant Care Tips
How to care for information
Keep out of direct sunlight, direct sunlight can cause sun burns that can cause leaf rot.
Water sparingly and only once the soil has almost dried out completely, this will help prevent root rot from occurring.
Snip the flower stem off in late summer after it has bloomed and reduce watering, the kalanchoe will bloom again in spring.
The Kalanchoe 'Magic Bells' Plant Story
Where is it from?
The Kalanchoe 'Magic Bells' is a cultivar of the Kalanchoe blossfeldiana that is native to Madagascar.
Who is the Kalanchoe 'Magic Bells'?
While most kalanchoes have a compact srubby appearance to them, this kalanchoe seems to shine above them all with its magical almost erathreal appearance! Fleshy broad leaves surround the singular central stem. It is this stem which tiny green bell shaped flowers delicately dangle from, these bells open up to reveal a tangerine coloured inside resembling a glowing lantern.
Is the Kalanchoe 'Magic Bells' the right plant for me?
Yes! The 'Magic Bells' in the perfect plant for everyone! Easy to care for and their unique appearance adds a magical touch. The kalanchoe only requires a limited amount of water and a bright spot to be happy.
Pet Friendly: No, this plant is not Pet Friendly.