Written by Maggie
Nov 03 2021
Kalanchoe millotii, also called Millot Kalanchoe, is a succulent plant, natively in Madagascar, and other series of rabbit ear. Kalanchoe millotii leaf surface is a layer of soft nap, and feels very good. In addition to Kalanchoe millotii hairy leaves, and the very symmetrical opposite leaves, serrated blade, a bit of 'white maple leaf of the visual sense, as a whole with a sense of fluffy cute, lack the blades of light will turn green and slowly fall down. The branches are easily lignified and can be molded by cutting off water. Flossoms, small white flowers can take up to a few months from pedicel to full bloom.
The beauty of kalanchoe millotii (Millot Kalanchoe) is not only its hairy leaves, but also the very symmetrical and neat opposite leaves. They're jagged. It's like a lovely white maple leaf and it's very fluffy. The branches of Kalanchoe millotii are easily lignified and can be molded by cutting off water. There are also called white rabbit ears that can open pink flowers. Probably because its leaves are white, it is also called white rabbit ears by mistake. The leaves of Kalanchoe millotii are more like the elongated sense of rabbit ears.
Kalanchoe millotii is native to Madagascar, Africa.
Kalanchoe Millotii (Millot Kalanchoe) is a summer type and I like the sun very much. The leaves are white when there is plenty of sun but turn green when there is no sun and slowly fall down. Kalanchoe millotii requires a little more water and grows relatively fast almost all year round. Kalanchoe millotii can tolerate light frost damage, can tolerate very high temperature, usually can be full sunshine or slight shade, can often water in summer (rabbit series are mostly summer type). Flossoms, small white flowers, can take up to a few months from pedicel to full bloom. There are also similar "rabbit ear", such as a "summer type", summer still growth, winter dormancy. The leaves of Kalanchoe millotii are white when there is plenty of sunshine but when there is no light they turn green and slowly fall down but it doesn't affect their growth. Kalanchoe Millotii needs a little more water and grows relatively fast. Simply put, Kalanchoe Millotii is easy to feed, easy to live and a very fulfilling succulent. Hairy hair, serrated half leaf, gap will appear again small bud, summer type (hibernation), happy light, can be directly basked in, heat resistance (but to ventilation), suitable for spring, autumn. in summer we should pay attention to water, it can not be too much, also can not be too little. Kalanchoe millotii is suitable for fertile, good drainage sand. Kalanchoe millotii is very long, can grow to 30 cm or so, the lack of sun will grow.
Kalanchoe Millotii (Millot Kalanchoe) likes loose, fertile, sandy soil with good drainage. You 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. Usually to full sunshine or slight shade, in the summer, to avoid exposure to the sun, pay attention to ventilation.
Kalanchoe Millotii (Millot Kalanchoe) is heat tolerant but not cold tolerant and can tolerate light frost damage. In winter, Kalanchoe millotii should be maintained in a place with better indoor light, especially in northern areas, and pay attention to cold protection and warmth. In high temperature weather in summer, attention should be paid to ventilation and cooling.
Kalanchoe Millotii (Millot Kalanchoe) 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.In the spring and fall growing seasons, the soil should be completely dry before watering, and summer watering should be moderate.