Help with Kalanchoes.

Gary Poyssick Courseware at interramp.com
Wed May 17 12:30:15 EST 1995


The plant needs a lot of light, and a lack of flowering is more likely 
associated with luminance, not darkness. Many plants are day-length 
sensitive, but most adapt to home care and flower anyway. Also, you 
should consider feeding the plant with a fertilizer high in Phosphorus 
(the center number in the x-x-x formulation provided with most foods.) 
If all else fails, put the plant in a plastic bag with a piece of cut 
apple. Open the bag every day to avoid too much moisture building up. A 
gas given off by the apple will make the plant bloom. This is an old 
pineapple-growing trick.





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