You don’t often see Kalanchoe pumila (or flower dust plant) for sale but it's a real gem and another beautiful plant from Central and south-west Madagascar, a country full of unusual plants.
A plant with an abundance of gorgeous delicate silver leaves, it grows in the arid landscape of dry plateaus and scrub forest. Each October Kalanchoe pumila burst into flower producing hundreds of small pink flowers.
To thrive they need good light and only the very occasional watering, these plants like to be kept dry, treat it like a cactus and you won't go far wrong. We are selling nice large plants that be grown as hanging or pot plants.
Kalanchoe pumila make a great houseplant gift for the houseplant enthusiast. If you are giving Kalanchoe pumila as a gift, make sure you include your message at the basket stage. We’ll deliver the houseplant along with a free, handwritten card - and we’ll leave out the paperwork with the price on!
Happy Houseplants is the best place to come for online plant delivery - we bring you beautiful and unusual houseplants to give you a true rainforest experience in your own home - try forest bathing - meditation or relaxation surrounded by your houseplants! It may be hard to go to a real forest but you can enjoy the experience in your own home with some of our plants, and revel in the stress relief. It really works!
Kalanchoe pumila care level
This plant is easy care, great for beginners.
Where should I put this plant?
Likes a bright indirect light, it will also enjoy a sunny spot. The brighter the light the more colour in the plant.
How should I water this plant?
Water regularly during the active growing season. No water should ever be allowed to stand around the roots. Keep completely dry in winter.
Should I feed this plant?
Feed once a month in spring and summer with a liquid plant food. Why not try our own vegan, organic plant food?
Is this plant suitable if I have pets?
This plant is toxic to cats and dogs.
What size is this plant?
W15cm x H40cm
If you would like more information on caring for houseplants, please have a look at our video here