The flaming katy is a succulent plant that blooms small tubular flowers (up to 50) within a flower head, originally grown as a gift plant. Flowers bloom in various colors including red, yellow, lilac and orange while the leaves have a fleshy look.
The Blossfeldiana is the most popular succulent plant from the Kalanchoe genus, mainly grown for its flowering ability rather than its foliage - unlike many other succulents. Growers can motivate the plant to bloom at any time of the year, although they're naturally spring bloomers. The green leaves will become a reddish color around the edges, if given enough sunlight. In the past these plants were thrown away after the flowers died which is why they were better known as flowering gift plants. However, they can bloom many times, at any time of the year indoors. It's best to prune these back as soon as the existing flowers are spent or dead, which will encourage new buds and further flowering.