The Chandelier kalanchoe shows off long, narrow, almost serrated-looking green succulent leaves which have touches of reddish brown.
This plant came to us as cuttings, and under the full botanical name of Kalanchoe delagoensis tubiflora. If their tagging is accurate, these plants can also be found as a "Byrophyllum Delagoensis", or as a "Chandelier Plant". It, like the Mother of Millions/Alligator Plants/Mother of Thousands, grows "pups" along the edges of its leaves, which it drops in order to propagate itself.
Water: Like all succulents, allow to dry out completely between watering. It is best to give succulents a heavy water every 3-4 weeks. Water less in winter.
Light: Thrives best in plenty of bright, indirect sunlight.
Soil: Aerated, well draining soil.
Humidity: Succulents prefer drier environments, avoid areas with humidity or excess moisture.
Fertilizer: Use a tropical fertilizer ever 2-4 weeks during growing season. Do not fertilize over winter.