Our beautiful 10.5 double-flowering kalanchoe potted plants in white are delivered in packs of 8. It is a long-lasting indoor plant of medium size that blooms beautifully for at least 6 weeks. It is easy to care for, can be placed anywhere in the home and can withstand both sun and shade. The plant is 24-26 cm in height and the pot is 10.5 cm in diameter. The flowerpot is not included with the plant.
The potted plant is available in many other beautiful colours and also in a single-flowering version. They come in eco-friendly FSC paper packaging that protects the flowers during transport. Queen® Flowers complies with all EU regulations on plant health and production is done with sustainability in mind.
Card text (kr.20.00)
If you want to send flowers with a personal greeting, you have the option of adding a nice card with text later in the purchase phase. This happens when you have placed the desired products in the basket and proceed to the checkout. A card costs DKK 20.
When you order flowers from Queen® Flowers, you can pick them up for free from our nursery (Skanderborgvej 193, DK-8382 Hinnerup) or have them delivered straight to your door. The shipping cost is DKK 39.00 when you order flowers for delivery. Shipping is per delivery. You therefore need to set up separate orders if you want to send flowers to different addresses.
We primarily use PostNord, which delivers on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between 8.00 -18.00. By agreement with PostNord, the goods are placed at the address if no one is at home. In apartment buildings, the goods are placed in the hallway.
Potted plants from Queen® Flowers last for weeks and only need to be watered sparingly. Here we recommend watering once a week, and be careful not to overwater them. Allowing the plant to slightly dry out in between watering is ideal. If you want to plant your potted plants together, plant them close together. They don’t spread.
In direct sunlight, the colour of the flowers increases in intensity, while the leaves can have a more reddish tinge. A darker location can make the colour of the flowers fade a bit. here