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Kalanchoe 'Lucky Bells'

Kalanchoe 'Lucky Bells'
(Crassula 'Lucky Bells')

Origin: Hybrid
Family: Crassulaceae
Light: Sun-part shade
Height: 1.5-2'
Blooms: Ornate, orange-red, late Spring
Foliage: Evergreen, dark green, jagged margins, succulent
Soil: Well-drained, moist, sandy, mildly acidic, neutral or mildly alkaline
Water: Moderate-dry
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 images and gardening descriptions of  Kalanchoe 'Lucky Bells' (Crassula 'Lucky Bells') growing in Jenny's Garden

Plant image shows lovely blossoms of butterfly attractor, Kalanchoe 'Lucky Bells' or Crassula 'Lucky Bells', suitable for growing in USDA Zones 8, 9, 10 & 11

Plant image shows interesting foliage of Kalanchoe 'Lucky Bells' or Crassula 'Lucky Bells'

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