Jade like with chandelier like flowers

by Gail

The "leaves" are paw-shaped fat and variegated. The plant puts out a foot-long slower stem and a set of flowers that look like a chandelier appears. The flowers are small bell-shaped and pink but an orange tube like flower comes out of the pink bell.

Hi Gail, this is one of the many Kalanchoe species that are commonly grown because of their ease of maintenance, toughness and of course, the lovely and astonishing flowers.

This one is most likely one of these or a variation of them:

Kalanchoe pumila, the flour dust plant

K. marnieriana

K. millotii

There are many different ones, that all seem similar, but they all require the same care.

Hope that helps,

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Nov 15, 2013
Kalanchoe fedtschenkoi f. marginata
by: Rosemarie

This is Kalanchoe fedtschenkoi f. marginata.

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