Give your plants a drink full of water and always let the soil dry between watering. The succulent should be watered only when the top 2 to 3 inches of the soil dry out completely. These succulents do not like to be overwatered at all.
Considering this, how do you plant cathedral bells?
In areas with a long growing season, Cathedral Bells can be directly seeded into your flower garden. Sow Cathedral Bell seeds early in the season, and cover lightly with 1/8″ soil. Keep the soil moist during germination. They germinate in 10 to 14 days.
Beside this, is Cobaea Scandens perennial?
Sometimes called cathedral bells, Cobaea scandens is a vigorous and irrepressible vine native to tropical America, where it grows as a strong woody perennial. It may be grown in large pots for standing outdoors in summer, and will behave as a perennial if kept indoors in winter at about 7C.
What is cathedral bells plant?
Kalanchoe pinnata, formerly known as Bryophyllum pinnatum, also known as the air plant, cathedral bells, life plant, miracle leaf, and Goethe plant is a succulent plant native to Madagascar, which is a popular houseplant and has become naturalized in tropical and subtropical areas.
It’s best to support the plant, which produces tendrils to cling onto the support. They like full sun and well-drained soil. You can help the vine by training it onto a trellis or support as it grows. Pinching out the tip of the vine will make it grow lateral shoots.
Sow indoors prior to last frost. Sow directly after last frost. Prior to sowing soak the seed for 2 hours in water. Drain then surface sow seeds on their edge onto moist, well-drained seed compost, just cover with sprinkling of soil.
Before you plant cup-and-saucer vine, do some research. C. scandens can become invasive in some regions (and by the way is not welcome in New Zealand). In that habit, it resembles another purple climbing vine, morning glory.
As an indoor plant in cooler climates, kalanchoe grows best in full sun or bright indirect light. This plant needs a very well-drained soil. Water thoroughly but let dry between watering.
Kalanchoe grows best in full sun and a well-drained potting media. Kalanchoe will tolerate bright indoor light levels well. However, plants tend to get spindly in low light conditions. Kalanchoe can be damaged by over watering.
Even though kalanchoe plants are technically perennials, often they are treated as a disposable annual that is thrown away after the flowers fade. However, it can be made to bloom again. Typically, kalanchoe plants bloom summer through fall.