Potsize (diameter): 7 cm, Approx Height: 15 cm.
This plant has long, leggy foliage which spreads out in all directions (hence the spidery nickname). The Kalanchoe Taranta will produce small clusters of pink flowers once it establishes itself.
As with most succulent plants you can easily propagate them using individual leaves placed on top of compost.
An adorable, easy-care baby plant which would make a great addition to your houseplant collection.
Light: This plant thrives in bright light, but will also tolerate and grow in lower light conditions (but may become tall and leggy)
Water: These plants like to dry out almost completely before watering as they store water in their plump leaves.
Food: During the growing season feed only once or twice with a half strength fertiliser.
Humidity: Will tolerate a normal home humidity level however will appreciate a slightly raised humidity. Use the pebble tray method or mist semi-regularly.