what do i do with a kalanchoe plant once the blooms have faded?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
If you live in an area where winters are mild, you can leave it in the garden, although you will want to cut the dead blossoms off, and probably cut the plant back. If you live in an area where it will freeze during the winter, take cuttings of the kalanchoe and root them for next year. Kalanchoe cuttings usually do nicely if rooted in ordinary potting soil; keep the soil moist, and in a warm area, and you'll have cuttings ready for your garden in the spring.
- Anonymous5 years ago
- deltaxray7Lv 41 decade ago
Cut off the bloom stalks,
If it is in a pot. just tend to it as normal.
If it is outside and you live in a cold area you will have to bring it indoors...They don;t like frost.