Kalanchoe Marmorata (Penwiper Plant)


Kalanchoe Marmorata grows up to 40cm in height and usually flowers mid winter. The flower petals are quite large and begin as a yellow/cream tone but pure white when open. It is reasonable prone to pests such as scale and aphids, not so much mealy bugs. Aphids tend to appear as soon as new growth is present so it is important to constantly check your plant for pests in the growing season (this usually begins in Autumn as Kalanchoe is a winter active succulent).

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