The Kalanchoe synsephala is a popular and highly variable succulent. It comes in many different shapes and sizes. This special succulent has about 2 to 4 offshoots with small plants at the end of the stems. The runners eventually take root again, this is comparable to, for example, a strawberry plant. This is why the succulent is also called a 'walking kalanchoe'.
This succulent likes a bright spot in the house.
In the summer this succulent needs a little more water than in the winter months. Make sure that the soil is completely dry before you water it again.
The plant is not edible.
The plant is supplied in a pot with a diameter of 13 cm.
This succulent has its origin in Madagascar.