Kalanchoe 'Lucky Bells'
(Crassula 'Lucky Bells')
Light: Sun-part shade
Blooms: Ornate, orange-red, late Spring
Foliage: Evergreen, dark green, jagged margins, succulent
Soil: Well-drained, moist, sandy, mildly acidic, neutral or mildly alkaline
Uses: Container, border, ornamental, mass
Propagation: Seeds, stem cuttings, plantlets
Gardening Descriptions: Kalanchoe ' Lucky Bells' or Crassula 'Lucky Bells' is an evergreen succulent perennial plant with a fast spreading growth habit. It is an exquisite hybrid. In Spring, Kalanchoe 'Lucky Bells' produces ornamental red-orange,bell-shaped flowers on upright stems, followed late by seeds. Butterflies are magnetized by the nectar-rich flowers. Crassula 'Lucky Bells' has deep green jagged succulent leaves. It is easily propagated from stem cuttings, plantlets or seeds; allow cuttings to callus before planting. Kalanchoe 'Lucky Bells' thrives best in well-drained, sandy, mildly acidic or mildly alkaline soil in a sunny to part shade location. Mass plant for an eye-catching border. Crassula 'Lucky Bells' can be container cultivated as a house plant. Allow indoor plants to sit near the window where it gets some light. Kalanchoe 'Lucky Bells is very showy. This awesome butterfly attractor adds a tropical flair to my sunny landscape. Crassula 'Lucky Bells' is thriving well in Jenny's Garden.
USDA Zones: 8, 9, 10, 11
descriptions of Kalanchoe 'Lucky Bells' (Crassula 'Lucky Bells') growing in Jenny's Garden