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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

K Is For Kalanchoe

Little Kalanchoe Flowers
These little pretty flowers are known as kalanchoe to some, or kolanche by others! Either name will bring up result from Google search, but kalanchoe yields wider information.

Pretty Pink Kalanchoe
Come in a variety of colors of deep pink, light pink, orange, yellow, white, and red, kalanchoe makes a great house plant as it only needs to be water once a week if it has great drainage.

Pink Kalanchoe
Kalanchoe is a perennial house plant but could also be annual or biennial depending on the species of the plants. It doesn't need much sun, so I love to have this flower inside especially in the winter.

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14 comments:

  1. Mumsy, more great photos from you. I love Kalanchoes. Actually, I prefer the orange ones because they are so lively and bright!

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  2. they're very pretty and they remind me of dogwoods flowers but I think kalanchoes are much pretty though harder to pronounce.

    thanks for sharing this lovely beauty. I hope you have a great day.

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  3. I have seen this plant in many colors. It really is quite nice. But, I have not had luck with them, now, I am thinking, maybe I watered them too much?

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  4. i love kalanchoe, they are easy to grow and easy to take care of, you have beautiful plants and flowers.

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  5. Thanks, now I have a name for the flowers I have been seeing. Thanks for sharing

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  6. Love these flowers. They look and sound like they should be in Hawaii!

    =)

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  7. Another lovely flower lesson, Mumsy....

    beautiful!

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  8. Mumsy, you've shared some of the sweetest flowers with us lately. These are beautiful and it's nice to know what they are!

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  9. I love these flowers. Even their leaves are pretty - like a succulent.

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  10. I haven't had any kalanchoes in awhile, but I do like them, and you have captured them well.

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  11. I Love kalanchoe's - but didn't realize I spelled them wrong using a ch instead of a k! Great photos of them!

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  12. I think I've been spelling that name wrong for a lot of years!

    But I've been admiring this lovely flower just right!

    It is gorgeous, isn't it?

    Thanks for sharing an inKredibly beautiful flower with us!

    A+

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