Caring For Variegated Kalanchoe
1) Light: Just like with most succulents, Kalanchoe plants need at least 6 hours of sunlight to thrive and develop a beautiful reddish outline.
2) Water: Kalanchoe Plant has very low needs when it comes to watering. Giving them too much water will lead the plant to drown. On top of that, they have sensitive leaves, which can easily get rot when wet even for a small drop of water
3) Soil: Since Kalanchoes also hate sitting in wet for too long, they need to be planted in a soil that offers superior drainage. You can either buy a cactus or succulent potting mix that drains well or make your own mixture by blending organic compost with perlite and pumice, along with some worm to add extra nutrients
4) Temperature: Due to its utmost cold sensitivity, Kalanchoes are best grown as a houseplant where the temperature stays between 60 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit
5) Fertilizer: When it comes to feeding, Kalanchoes are self-sufficient plants, you can either just apply a light top-dressing to ensure optimal growth. You can do this by top dressing the soil with compost and worm each spring