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by Kassy on November 26, 2006 03:32 AM
Hi everyone, I'm new to this site and gardening and I need some help. You see I'm doing a project on plant growth and for it I have seven Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana Entretien (I only know the long name) And it said on the label just to give it a bit of water I'm wondering how much a bit would really be a cup? or less/more? thanks [Big Grin]
by roflol on November 26, 2006 04:48 AM
Hi, Kassy! Welcome!

I googled your plant's name, and conveniently somebody on Gardenforum asked a question about its care in 2004, and somebody else gave a great link that was a little more informative about watering than that label.

Click here for the Gardenhelper forum thread, and
here for the plant information.

Is this a science fair project?

I think by reading the plant information, the measure of water you use will depend on the size pot your plants are in, and you'll have to determine that one by recording how much water you add until it looks right according to the plant information at the above link, and then make sure all the plants get the same amount of water...

Hope this helps - best wishes!



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