Soft leggy succulent tall with thin leaves

by Christina
(Addison, TX)

Soft lobed variegated leaves - tall!

Soft lobed variegated leaves - tall!

Soft sage green with two leaves parallel from each other. The leaves are variegated approx 18-20 humps (? Waves?) per leaf on the outer edge - soft and thin leaves

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Apr 04, 2015
Aurora Borealis
by: Jacki

This is obviously some kind of Kalanchoe and I'm leaning towards the one called Aurora Borealis or Kalanchoe fedtschenkoi 'Marginata'.

I don't know much else about it, unfortunately, as this is a great plant. However, you need to give it more light for it to thrive.

These are plants for a bright sunny patio to show to their best, as you'll see from that link - those blooms are to die for!

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