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Kalanchoe (Orange) Plant in 5 inch (13 cm) Pot

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Original price ₹ 697
Original price ₹ 697
Original price ₹ 697
Current price ₹ 209
₹ 209
Current price ₹ 209
  • Delivery charges: ₹79 for entire order
  • Delivery time: 2-4 days
  • Delivery limited to Pune/PCMC

Synonyms: Kalanchoe, Flaming Katy, Christmas Kalanchoe, Widow's-thrill

Product Highlights:

  • Charming and vibrant succulent plant
  • Clusters of colorful flowers
  • Perfect for brightening up indoor spaces
  • Low maintenance and long-lasting blooms


The Kalanchoe, also known as Flaming Katy, Christmas Kalanchoe, or Widow's-thrill, is a delightful succulent plant native to Madagascar. It has been cherished for its vivid, long-lasting blooms and ease of care, making it a favorite choice for indoor gardens and floral displays.

Grow Instructions:

Plant your Kalanchoe in well-draining soil and place it in bright, indirect sunlight. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings, as Kalanchoes are drought-tolerant succulents. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.

Care Instructions:

Maintain a room temperature between 60-85°F (15-29°C) for optimal growth. Fertilize sparingly during the growing season to encourage flowering. Prune or deadhead spent blooms to promote new flower buds. Kalanchoes are known for their ability to rebloom and provide long-lasting color.


The Kalanchoe plant has versatile uses:

  • Ornamental: Brighten up your home with its vibrant and charming clusters of flowers, which can last for weeks.
  • Gifts: Kalanchoes make wonderful gifts for special occasions and holidays due to their festive appearance.
  • Medicinal: Some species of Kalanchoe are used in traditional medicine for their potential health benefits.

Bring a touch of color and joy to your indoor spaces with the Kalanchoe plant. Order yours today and enjoy the enduring beauty it adds to your home or as a thoughtful gift.

Fun Facts

Orange Crush

Embark on a citrusy adventure with the Kalanchoe (Orange) plant in a compact 5-inch (13 cm) pot. It's the zingy addition your space needs!

Petite Pot Power

Discover how this pint-sized pot packs a punch. The Kalanchoe's vibrant orange blooms prove that big things do come in small packages.

All-Year Sunshine

Learn the secret to year-round Kalanchoe blossoms. Your home will radiate with the warmth of these sunny flowers, no matter the season.

Kalanchoe Care Magic

Unveil the art of nurturing your Kalanchoe. From soil tips to sunlight secrets, we've got your back to keep it thriving.

Kalanchoe 101

Dive into the essential care guide for the Orange Kalanchoe in a 5-inch (13 cm) pot. Ensure your plant's zestiness remains the talk of the town.


What is a Kalanchoe (Orange) Plant in a 5-inch (13 cm) Pot?

The Kalanchoe (Orange) Plant is a vibrant succulent known for its stunning orange flowers. It comes in a 5-inch (13 cm) pot, making it a compact and attractive addition to your indoor or outdoor garden.

How do I care for a Kalanchoe (Orange) Plant in a 5-inch pot?

Kalanchoe plants thrive in well-draining soil and bright, indirect sunlight. Water the plant when the top inch of soil feels dry, but avoid overwatering. Allow excess water to drain from the pot to prevent root rot. Fertilize with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer every 2-3 months during the growing season.

Can I keep my Kalanchoe (Orange) Plant indoors?

Yes, you can keep your Kalanchoe indoors. Place it near a sunny window with indirect sunlight for at least 4-6 hours a day. Ensure proper ventilation to prevent humidity-related issues.

How often should I water my Kalanchoe (Orange) Plant in a 5-inch pot?

Watering frequency depends on environmental conditions. Typically, water every 2-3 weeks, allowing the soil to dry between waterings. Adjust based on the plant's specific needs.

Can I grow Kalanchoe (Orange) from seeds in a 5-inch pot?

Kalanchoe is usually propagated through leaf or stem cuttings rather than seeds. It's a more reliable way to grow new plants.

Can I place my Kalanchoe (Orange) Plant in direct sunlight?

While Kalanchoe enjoys bright light, avoid placing it in direct, scorching sunlight, as it can damage the leaves. Indirect sunlight or filtered light is ideal.

What should I do if my Kalanchoe (Orange) Plant's leaves start to wrinkle?

Wrinkled leaves often indicate underwatering. Increase your watering frequency, but always allow the soil to dry slightly between waterings to prevent overwatering.

Is pruning necessary for a Kalanchoe (Orange) Plant?

Pruning can help maintain the plant's shape and encourage bushier growth. Trim dead or spent flowers and leggy stems as needed.

Can I use a larger pot for my Kalanchoe (Orange) Plant?

While Kalanchoe doesn't require frequent repotting, you can transplant it into a slightly larger pot if it becomes root-bound. Use well-draining soil and ensure the new pot has drainage holes.

What is the ideal temperature range for a Kalanchoe (Orange) Plant?

Kalanchoe thrives in temperatures between 60-85°F (15-29°C). Protect it from extreme cold, as it is sensitive to frost.

How can I encourage my Kalanchoe (Orange) Plant to bloom?

Kalanchoe typically blooms in response to shorter daylight hours. To promote flowering, limit its exposure to light for about 6 weeks, providing 12-14 hours of darkness each day.

What common pests and diseases affect Kalanchoe (Orange) Plants?

Keep an eye out for mealybugs and aphids. If pests appear, treat the plant with insecticidal soap or neem oil. Ensure good airflow to prevent mold or fungal issues.

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Customer Reviews

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Virender Rana
Minimalist's Dream

For those who appreciate minimalism, this plant is a dream. Its simple yet striking appearance aligns perfectly with minimalist design principles.

Nitish Pandey
Perfectly Positioned

I strategically placed this plant near a window, and it thrives with the natural sunlight. The positioning makes all the difference.

Pet-Friendly Option

For pet owners, this plant is a great choice. It's non-toxic to pets, and I don't have to worry about my furry friends getting into any trouble.

Sanjay Tandon
Statement Piece

This plant is a true statement piece. Its bold presence demands attention, turning any space into a showcase for nature's beauty.

Suresh Menakath
Perfectly Proportioned

The proportions of this plant are perfect. It doesn't overpower the space but still makes a significant impact.