Christmas Tree Plant is not really related to Christmas in that cozy winter way, although it resembles a Christmas tree. If you are one of the people that never want to let go of the Christmas tree, this plant is for you, as no one will be judgmental of keeping this one on display during summer. What’s more is that the plant will surely reward you with the same joy as Christmas does, when it starts to bloom with its colorful, fragrant flowers. It is an easy-care plant, and its lush evergreen leaves will surely put a green spot around your house.
This succulent plant is originally from Morocco and the Southwestern part of Africa. It was found growing at high altitudes, up to 6,650 feet (2000 m), so you can imagine that it does not require a lot to thrive. Other common names for it are Lace Leaf Kalanchoe, Cathedral Bells or Fir Tree Kalanchoe. In springtime, they bloom with long-lasting fragrant flowers in yellow-orange shades. The Christmas Tree Plant will grow up to 5 ft. (1,5 m) tall and will resemble a bush in the first years, only to start looking like a proper Christmas tree once it reaches maturity.