A Kalanchoe needs bright, indirect sunlight and should be watered thoroughly when the soil is dry to the touch.
Water your Kalanchoe thoroughly when the soil is dry to the touch, on average, you should water your Kalanchoe once every 14 days.
This allows the soil to dry out in between waterings.
Kalanchoes prefer a potting mix that is light and well-draining.
Yes, you can move your Kalanchoe outside in the summer, but make sure to bring it back inside when the temperature falls below 10°C (50°F).
If your Kalanchoe starts to wilt, it may need more sunlight or water.
Check if it's getting enough sunlight.
If so, water your plant and let the excess moisture drain from the pot.
If you think your Kalanchoe is sick, the best thing to do is consult a professional.
Bring a sample of your plant to your local nursery or garden center and ask for help.
They'll be able to diagnose the problem and recommend a course of treatment.