Lights, Water, Action
Get your plants ready to slay!
Bright indirect sunlight
Water once a week
Where to grow
Poisonous to pets
Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Succulent varieties need very little fertilizer and a well balanced fertilizer once every month in summertime is more than enough to help them through the year.
Repotting : The Kalanchoe tomentosa is a succulent variety that is a slow grower and will rarely require repotting. In ideal conditions it can live for years in the same pot, but when repotting, pot it in a succulent potting mix in a slightly larger pot.
Propagation : Kalanchoe Tomentosa can be grown through leaf cuttings that sprout roots in a few weeks under ideal conditions. They can also be propagated through the small pups that grow around the mother plant.
1. Why is my tomentosa dying?
Overwatering the Kalanchoe causes the roots to rot and the plants to die.
2. How to know if I am overwatering my Kalanchoe?
If the soil stays wet for a long time and the plant doesn’t seem to be soaking up any water, that means that the roots are dying because of overwatering.
3. Why is my tomentosa wilting?
If the leaves are shriveling up and drying the most apparent cause is underwatering. If the leaves are turning soft and wilting then the most apparent cause is overwatering.
Style and Décor
Light Requirements :The Panda plant requires bright indirect sunlight with a couple of hours of direct sunlight. However, there is a need to protect the plant from long durations in the peak sun in summer months.
Locations :The best places for them are south or east facing windowsills or tabletops or worktables that get bright light for most of the day.
Styling/décor tip :The furry little things are a great addition to any décor setting. They are a perfect fit for your worktable, side, or dressing tables. Plant them in colorful planters and place them in the sunny corners of your kitchen to add a fun element. Make sure to keep it away from water.