Kalanchoe is a perennial shrub-like succulent of the Crassulaceae family, which is sold year-round as a potted plant. Originating in Madagascar, it can be found in East and South Africa, as well as the Middle East and Asia. Kalanchoe was introduced to Japan in 1931. The small four-petaled flowers that gather at the tip of its stems come in all different colors, such as red, orange, pink and yellow. Kalanchoe, which blooms from winter to spring, can add a splash of color to seasonal flower pots.
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- Main production area
- Mitoyo City, Tadotsu Town