Kalanchoe is the first re-blooming plant among all those I'd bought so far. I'm so thrilled because my boyfriend always said I had a black thumb instead of a green one. I followed the instruction from the video I saw on this blog and cut back the plant after the flowers from the last bloom were wasted. I then added more potting mix to the pot, water once or twice a week as the video advised. I also fertilized it once a week. Since I don't have any plant fertilizer other than the orchid plant food mist that I bought a while back in a failed attempt to resuscitate my dead orchid gift, I just used the leftover mist to spray feed my Kalanchoe to save money on buying new fertilizer. My Kalanchoe seems to accept this orchid food mist and is now forming new flower buds to bloom again. The following photo was from a few days ago before the flower shows up today.
Kalanchoe is such a hardy and low-maintenance plant, I really love it. I can't really explain the tremendous satisfaction that I'm having when I see a plant re-bloom.