The Copper Spoons Kalanchoe (botanical name: Kalanchoe Orgyalis) show off succulent, velvety leaves, whose tops become covered in fine, cinnamon-coloured, copper-like hairs as they age.
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 keeping in humid areas.
Fertilizer: Use a tropical fertilizer ever 2-4 weeks during growing season. Do not fertilize over winter.