KALANCHOE Mother of Millions - 3.5" - available from Rice Road Greenhouses in Ontario, Canada
KALANCHOE Mother of Millions - 3.5" - available from Rice Road Greenhouses in Ontario, Canada
KALANCHOE Mother of Millions - 3.5" - available from Rice Road Greenhouses in Ontario, Canada
KALANCHOE Mother of Millions - 3.5" - available from Rice Road Greenhouses in Ontario, Canada
KALANCHOE Mother of Millions - 3.5" - available from Rice Road Greenhouses in Ontario, Canada
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KALANCHOE Mother of Millions - 3.5"

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An interesting succulent with long, almost floppy, thick patterned leaves. Mother of Millions is named due to how it grows its "pups" alongside its rims, and drops them with little provocation. Once dropped, the "pups" are very prolific, and will try and grow wherever they fall.

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. 

NOTE: This plant is an incredibly prolific propagator! Thanks to its ability to grow (and drop) huge number of pups, this plant can spread and grow if left outside, and in zones with hot enough weather. Us here in Ontario should be fine, thanks to our cold, bitter winters, but those further South, or with warmer temperatures over winter should keep this as a houseplant only.