Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula
Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula
Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula
Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula
Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula
Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula
Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula
Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula
Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula
Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula
Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula
Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula
Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula

(This plant comes in a 3.5-inch pot. All our plants are grown under the same conditions, although not all the plants are the same. You will receive a similar plant in size and shape to the ones in the pictures. Our plants are hand-picked and carefully selected to bring you the best quality possible. Please allow us up to 3 business days to process your order. If you wish to receive your order on a specific date, or have special instructions, please add a note at the checkout. The plant is shipped in its pot to prevent any damage to the roots.)

Kalanchoe tarantula has its origin in Madagascar. The plant’s unusual leaves that resemble spider legs have earned it the name 'Tarantula.’ These houseplants grow at a moderate speed and can reach up to 10 inches in height. Belonging to the Crassulaceae family, this plant has a bush-like appearance. Kalanchoe tarantula care is easy and simple, making it a great choice for beginner gardeners!

Growth Rate
Kalanchoe katapifa tarantula has a moderate growth rate.

Flowering
This Kalanchoe variety produces beautiful pink-colored flowers during spring or autumn.

Watering
Tarantula kalanchoe is an easy-care houseplant that needs little water to thrive. Make sure not to overwater as excess moisture leads to root rot.


Soil
Kalanchoe tarantula prefers well-drained soil. You can also mix inert minerals like pumice, lapilli, or sand.

Hardiness
Kalanchoe spider tarantula is hardy in zones 9 to 11. If you live in areas with minimum temperatures of 30 to 40°F (-1.1 to 4.4°C), consider planting this species indoors.

Light
These plants love full sun to partial shade. Place them in a sunny spot for a few hours daily. If planted indoors, you can keep them near a south-facing window.

Propagation
Is Kalanchoe easy to grow? Definitely! You can cultivate it with ease either by leaf/stem cuttings or offsets.

Are kalanchoe plants poisonous to humans? Well, Kalanchoes are fortunately harmless to humans. At no time has any Kalanchoe species been identified as poisonous to humans. Kalanchoe katapifa features lengthy, uneven "legs" that resemble spiders, giving it an unusual appearance. It is a mind-blowing addition to your succulent collection.

Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula


SKU: 1915

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