Been searching for over an hour, unable to find anything even close!

by Bailey L
(Seattle, Wa, USA)

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Close up on bottom leaves
The Spikes at the end

It's a young plant, it has several stalks which are a green, fading to purple.

The bottom leaves are green, fading to purple all with dots on them. The top leaves are a bright green with no purple, but with spots.

The tips of each leave has a few tiny (I'm talking TINY) spikes.

I got it from Home Depot during a Succulent sale, and after potting it and keeping it in a nicely lit office window (also, a 24 hour business, so the lights are always on, it appears to be thriving in the two weeks I've had it, but I have yet to identify.

I'll attach a few pictures.

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Mar 13, 2015
Chandelier Plant
by: Jacki

Also known as the Mexican Sombrero hat, and various other names. It's related to the Mother Of Thousands, and it's in the Kalanchoe genus.

You can see more about it here: Kalanchoe delagoensis

Mar 13, 2015
Thank you!
by: Bailey L

Thank You! It was driving me crazy! I want to get more, it's so beautiful :)

Mar 13, 2015
Super Easy to Propagate
by: Jacki

These are an easy plant to take cuttings from, and they have a 100% success rate. Have a look at the page on succulent plant propagation for more about it.

Mar 13, 2015
by: Bailey L

I was just reading about how it doesn't "seed" but sparks new baby plants! I love it! But I can tell I'm soon going to need a bigger pot!

Jan 23, 2016
by: Patricia


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