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Blooming kalanchoe plant - would like to know how much water this plant needs and what location does it prefer (sunny, total shade (away from window) - soil constantly moist?

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Kalanchoes don't like to be wet all of the time; let it get a little on the dry side before watering. They love sun, as long as the heat isn't too excessive. They can be summered outdoors, and usually bloom in winter/early spring. Bring them inside before frost.

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