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Kalanchoe Flap Jack does resemble a nice batch of pancakes stacked on their ends, held up by their central stalk, as improbable as that may be. The thick paddles of soft, minty greens undergo a gorgeous and dramatic red blushing come fall and winter's cold weather combined with the bright light and direct sunshine they require all year. The foliage is covered in all seasons with a fine, white, powder that acts with a sunscreen's protection. If you touch the powder, it will leave fingerprints behind; not damaging but maybe not as attractive looking. Put this pretty succulent in a sunny window and leave it alone. It can get up to 2' tall sooner or later but is not super fast growing. It's so easy to propagate, just stick a single leaf in new soil to sprout a new order of pancakes. P.S. One intrepid Kalanchoe was the first plant to go into space, zooming up to the Russian space station in 1979!
- Low Maintenance
- Drought Tolerant
Quick Care Guide:
- Water - Low (1): Needs very little water to survive. Wait until the plant is completely dry then fully soak. Drought tolerant by nature.
- High - (5): Plant needs a lot of light; direct is even better. These plants do best when placed on a window sill or next to a bright window. Avoid concentrated, hot light from window which may cause burning (magnifying glass effect).
- Difficulty - Low (1): These plants need barely any attention to thrive. Set it and forget it.