Kalanchoe Plants

Kalanchoe in Winter

Bernabela added on December 14, 2016 | Answered

I have them all in my house, and the only light is from a window, and in winter no sun, so I have small grow lights on them. Will they grow all right and bloom in the spring? I don't know what else to do with then in the winter. I live in a small mobile home so no garden. Help me please, I love the plants. Bernabela Cremers

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Answered on December 15, 2016

Your plants look like they are doing well so far. Grow lights are definitely helpful. Since you have those and the window, I think your plants will get enough light. Other wintertime tips are to cut down on watering while the plants are indoors, watering when you feel the surface of the soil dry out, and to avoid fertilizing until spring.

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