Kalanchoe is a genus of succulent plants of the Crassulaceae family. Usually found in Australia, Madagascar, and tropical regions of South Africa.
This genus contains more than 200 different species, and it is also represented by subshrubs, succulents, and herbaceous perennials. The foliage of each species differs. The leaves are typically thick, sessile, or have petioles and can be lightly or strongly dissected. During flowering, an umbrella of blooms of white, purple, red, or yellow color forms. Almost all forms of this plant grow well at home, assuming the grower follows the plant care guidelines.