Kalanchoe General: It is a genus belonging to the family of Crassulacee, succulents of African and Asiatic origin; In Italy We refer to Kalanchoe blossfeldiana. These are small succulents, which do not exceed 25-35 cm of height, consisting of a dense rosette of large triangular leaves, with wavy, fleshy and thick edges. During the spring and summer from the center of the rosette of leaves rises a thin stem, also fleshy, which brings several small flowers in Stella, gathered in corymbs, of varied colour. Chop the flowers with a scissors when sfioriscono to allow the growth of new butts. Exposure: Calancole are succulent plants, they bear drought very well; For this reason they are perfectly adapted to life in the apartment, where the air is dry; They begin to flourish only after having spent a good period in an area characterized by a few hours of light per day; Watering: not requiring large watering, watering these plants only when the soil is well dry, following the rule that is better once less rather than once too much.