The other Mystery Plant - Kalanchoe?

by Holly

is it Kalanchoe? or something else?

is it Kalanchoe? or something else?

This tall gangly plant produces baby plants on the tips of the long spotted leaves - some type of Kalanchoe maybe, but which one? Anyone want some baby plants - it produces lots.

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Jul 23, 2010
Considered a weed by many . . .
by: Horsense

Kalanchoe tubiflora
- Also known as:
--- Bryophyllum tubiflora
--- Chandelier plant

All parts of plant are poisonous if ingested.

Jul 23, 2010
Thanks for the Identification
by: Jacki

Horsesense, you really do have good common sense! Thanks for the identification of this plant, and the warning.

Oct 10, 2011
Mother of Millions
by: Anonymous

Also known as Mother of Millions. It is from Madagascar.

Jan 07, 2012
Mystery Solved
by: Hmmbirdpat

Thanks for helping me to identify this plant. Mine is about 4 feet tall now and blooming. It has been fun to watch this mystery plant develop from a 2-inch piece.

Dec 25, 2012
Kalanchoe~Chandelier Plant
by: Sue

I live in Florida and didn't know what these unusual plants were. They pop up in my flower boxes and so I collected them and put them in a big pot.

They now have grown about 3-4 ft. high and have produced the most beautiful and unusual deep coral pink BELL shaped flower clusters. I love them!

Apparently they bloom late December because I have neighbors that also have some that are blooming now. They are called (I found out on this site) either Chandelier Plant or Mexican Hat Plant and are native to Madagascar.

Grow rampant so pull up any you don't want when small and give away. I also read all parts of this plant is poisonous so protect your curious pets from them.

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