Your plant will need plenty of bright light to bloom. It will do best by a sunny wouth or west window.
Allow the Kalanchoe’s soil to become 100% dry between waterings. Be careful not to overwater as their roots are prone to root rot. Water slowly, allowing it to soak into the soil, until liquid flows through the drainage hole at the bottom of the pot. Discard any water that has accumulated in the saucer.
Kalanchoe plants do not need high humidity to thrive. These plants will do well in average household humidity.
Your plant will thrive in rooms with temperatures between 55-80 degrees F.
Feed your plant with a well-balanced fertilizer about once a month during the spring and summer months.
Kalanchoes are considered to be toxic to pets.
To help the kalanchoe rebloom, place it in complete darkness at night for 12-14 hours (closets work best) and then bright light for 10-12 hours. Also, pinch back or cut dead flowers to encourage more blooms.