Calandiva plants are ideal ‘no-brainers’, pleasing the intrepid indoor gardener with long-lasting displays of hundreds of doublepetalled, brightly-coloured flowers borne at the end of short stems. The Calandiva is a member of the KALANCHOE blossfeldiana family, similar to the easy-to-grow succulent, ‘Flaming Katy’.
Drench thoroughly once a week in summer and sparingly every second week in winter. The Calandiva needs strong light, it will even tolerate direct sun. When it has finished flowering, plant it out in the garden, in a spot that is free of frost.