Written by Maggie
Feb 05 2021
How to grow and care for Kalanchoe Millotii? The stems are easily lignified and like the sun very much. They can be moulded by cutting off water. They grow almost all year round. Now, here's how to grow and care for Kalanchoe Millotii.
Kalanchoe Millotii likes loose, fertile, sandy soil with good drainage. When we grow and care for Kalanchoe Millotii, we can have a mixture of leaf rot with peat ash and a pinch of bone meal.
Kalanchoe Millotii likes the light and when the light is good the leaves turn white and when the light is low they turn green and slowly collapse. When we grow and care for Kalanchoe Millotii, usually to full sunshine or slight shade, in the summer, to avoid exposure to the sun, pay attention to ventilation.
Kalanchoe Millotii is heat tolerant but not cold tolerant and can tolerate light frost damage. In winter, it should be maintained in a place with better indoor light, especially in northern areas, and pay attention to cold protection and warmth. When we grow and care for Kalanchoe Millotii in high temperature weather in summer, attention should be paid to ventilation and cooling.
Kalanchoe Millotii grows faster and it's pretty much all year round, so make sure you have plenty of water. Watering too much or too little will cause the leaves to fall off. When we grow and care for Kalanchoe Millotii in the spring and fall growing seasons, the soil should be completely dry before watering, and summer watering should be moderate.