Kalanchoe and Baby’s Tears

Made in the shade, in the spring! When I first bought this kalanchoe plant years ago, it was compact and neat. Now it’s grown a bit, not so neat, but still beautiful. The flowers provide such a wonderful burst of color for my front yard, which is primarily various shades of green.

The tiny baby’s tears, which is sold at gardening centers, is a common ground cover, but they just showIMG_2965 up in my yard. They provide a nice contrast to the tiny kalanchoe flowers. I do, however, have to keep an eye on the proliferation of baby’s tears since they can become invasive, like weeds.


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