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The best quality products – that is what Vilosa stands for. Modern growing conditions and the latest technology ensures strong plants that provide long-term colour in the home or garden. A number of care tips from our growers will enable everyone to keep the plants from Vilosa in top condition at home.

Care tips for indoor Kalanchoe

The Kalanchoe is a rewarding plant. Even with virtually no care the plant will provide you with a sea of flowers. As the grower of this product we can confirm that it is an almost ‘maintenance-free’ plant. These care tips will ensure that the Kalanchoe shines even more in your home!

Water the Kalanchoe moderately. A splash of water once a week is sufficient in summer. Some water once a fortnight is enough in winter. The plant’s soil does not need to be wet. A Kalanchoe likes to have some plant food with its water once every 2 to 3 weeks.

Kalanchoe does best in a light spot. The plant can happily tolerate a lot of sunlight! Room temperature is ideal, but the Kalanchoe can do well between 12°C and 25°C.

If there are wilted flowers on the Kalanchoe, it’s best to leave them in place so that the new buds are not damaged.

Once the night frosts have finished, the Kalanchoe can be placed outdoors on the patio or balcony and in the garden.

Care tips for outdoor Kalanchoe

The rugged Kalanchoe is not only very easy to care for, but the plant is also very forgiving in terms of its location. Kalanchoe can be placed both indoors and outdoors, in the garden or on the patio. Read the care tips for the outdoor Kalanchoe.

The plant will particularly enjoy being placed outdoors, as a result of which it will flower even more abundantly than if kept indoors. Place the Kalanchoe in a spacious pot or container with other Kalanchoes in the conservatory, on the patio or in the garden.

Kalanchoe likes a light spot. The plant can even tolerate bright sunlight

The outdoor Kalanchoe also requires little watering. Moderately damp soil is perfect. A splash of plant food once a month is sufficient.

If there are wilted flowers on the Kalanchoe, it’s best to leave them in place so that the new buds are not damaged.

When the prospect of night frosts returns, bring the plant indoors in good time in order to carry on enjoying it.

Care tips for Kalanchoe Specialty

The unusual varieties of Kalanchoe are not demanding either. Lucky Bells, Magic Bells and Dorothy are all fabulous feature plants. They have a different look from the ‘classic’ Kalanchoe, but are equally maintenance-free.

This Kalanchoe does best in a light spot, whereby direct sunlight is no problem.

The temperature must be above 12°C for this plant. The plant should therefore be placed indoors and not outdoors.

The specialty varieties of Kalanchoe require little water. A splash of water once a fortnight is enough to keep them looking beautiful for as long as possible. The soil should not be allowed to dry out, so be more generous with watering if the plant is in a warm spot, such as near a heater.

Unlike the ‘classic’ Kalanchoe, the wilted flowers on the Kalanchoe Specialty can be removed.

Care tips for Celosia

Celosia is not demanding, but gives plenty in return. A feature plant in the home and garden that stands out because of the many bright colours and different shapes. Some care tips from the growers will enable you to enjoy this flowering plant for months.

Celosia likes water. Make sure that the plant’s soil does not dry out.

Place the plant in full sun or partial shade. Celosia likes direct sunlight on the patio or balcony or as pot plant in the living room.

Enjoy Celosia all summer long until well into the autumn. Some plant food from time to time helps extend the plant’s flowering.

As soon as the night frosts have passed, Celosia can also be placed outdoors in the garden or on the balcony.

Care tips for indoor Kalanchoe

The Kalanchoe is a rewarding plant. Even with virtually no care the plant will provide you with a sea of flowers. As the grower of this product we can confirm that it is an almost ‘maintenance-free’ plant. These care tips will ensure that the Kalanchoe shines even more in your home!

Water the Kalanchoe moderately. A splash of water once a week is sufficient in summer. Some water once a fortnight is enough in winter. The plant’s soil does not need to be wet. A Kalanchoe likes to have some plant food with its water once every 2 to 3 weeks.

Kalanchoe does best in a light spot. The plant can happily tolerate a lot of sunlight! Room temperature is ideal, but the Kalanchoe can do well between 12°C and 25°C.

If there are wilted flowers on the Kalanchoe, it’s best to leave them in place so that the new buds are not damaged.

Once the night frosts have finished, the Kalanchoe can be placed outdoors on the patio or balcony and in the garden.

Care tips for outdoor Kalanchoe

The rugged Kalanchoe is not only very easy to care for, but the plant is also very forgiving in terms of its location. Kalanchoe can be placed both indoors and outdoors, in the garden or on the patio. Read the care tips for the outdoor Kalanchoe.

The plant will particularly enjoy being placed outdoors, as a result of which it will flower even more abundantly than if kept indoors. Place the Kalanchoe in a spacious pot or container with other Kalanchoes in the conservatory, on the patio or in the garden.

Kalanchoe likes a light spot. The plant can even tolerate bright sunlight

The outdoor Kalanchoe also requires little watering. Moderately damp soil is perfect. A splash of plant food once a month is sufficient.

If there are wilted flowers on the Kalanchoe, it’s best to leave them in place so that the new buds are not damaged.

When the prospect of night frosts returns, bring the plant indoors in good time in order to carry on enjoying it.

Care tips for Kalanchoe Specialty

The unusual varieties of Kalanchoe are not demanding either. Lucky Bells, Magic Bells and Dorothy are all fabulous feature plants. They have a different look from the ‘classic’ Kalanchoe, but are equally maintenance-free.

This Kalanchoe does best in a light spot, whereby direct sunlight is no problem.

The temperature must be above 12°C for this plant. The plant should therefore be placed indoors and not outdoors.

The specialty varieties of Kalanchoe require little water. A splash of water once a fortnight is enough to keep them looking beautiful for as long as possible. The soil should not be allowed to dry out, so be more generous with watering if the plant is in a warm spot, such as near a heater.

Unlike the ‘classic’ Kalanchoe, the wilted flowers on the Kalanchoe Specialty can be removed.

Care tips for Celosia

Celosia is not demanding, but gives plenty in return. A feature plant in the home and garden that stands out because of the many bright colours and different shapes. Some care tips from the growers will enable you to enjoy this flowering plant for months.

Celosia likes water. Make sure that the plant’s soil does not dry out.

Place the plant in full sun or partial shade. Celosia likes direct sunlight on the patio or balcony or as pot plant in the living room.

Enjoy Celosia all summer long until well into the autumn. Some plant food from time to time helps extend the plant’s flowering.

As soon as the night frosts have passed, Celosia can also be placed outdoors in the garden or on the balcony.

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