About Kalanchoe Tomentosa Daruma
Kalanchoe Tomentosa Daruma, originating from Japan, is a cute, fuzzy succulent plant with red and thick hairs, which makes it quite tolerant of dry and hot conditions. Kalanchoe Tomentosa Daruma is also known as Bunny ears. Keep it away from pets as the succulent is poisonous to them.
How to Care for Kalanchoe Tomentosa Daruma
Sun/Location: Like most soft succulents, Kalanchoe Tomentosa Daruma enjoys sunny and warm conditions, Full sunlight is needed in spring and fall, Being over-exposed by sunlight in summer should be avoided because it will go dormant when the temperature rises over 95℉. To prevent frost harm, it should be brought indoors.
Soil and Pot: Good drainage is the key to growing perfect succulents. To create a proper place for them to live in, You can choose a pot with drainage holes and add pumice, perlite, or gritty rocks to regular soil.
Watering: Kalanchoe succulent plants, in general, are drought-tolerant, They don't require too much water, which will cause root rot, Use the soak and dry method when the soil is completely dry. If you accidentally overwater it, Click here to learn how to save overwatering succulents.
Primary Color: Brown/Tan
Secondary Color: Grey/Sliver
Bloom Color: Red
Cold Hardiness: Zone 10 (From 28℉ to 95℉)
Product Format: 4'' pot
Suitability: balcony, Window, Garden
Special characteristic: Toxic to pets