They will be in flower when you buy them, and their flowers can last for around 8 weeks. When they’ve finished flowering, many people may discard the plant – but they can flower again, so don’t give up.
Kalanchoes are succulents, with fleshy deep-green leaves that have slightly scalloped edges. This means it’s best to take care to not overwater, instead water when the compost is beginning to dry out. Through spring and summer, feed with an all-purpose houseplant fertiliser weekly or fortnightly, to encourage growth.
When positioning them, keep them out of reach from children and pets as they can be harmful if eaten.