unidentified succulant

by Laurel Kobler
(Englewood, Fl)


I asked an employee at a local garden store and she told me this was some type of succulant. Can someone help me identify it please. I want to buy some but can't find any other than this one and can't get access to this one to get a clip of it.

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Dec 28, 2014
Kalanchoe
by: Jacki

There are many plants that go by the name 'succulent' because that's just a descriptive term.

This particular one is in the Kalanchoe genus, but I'm sorry I can't tell you the exact species because it's not clear in the picture.

I can tell you the genus because this is a typical characteristic; the baby plants are often produced lining the edges of the leaves. You can see more different ones here; Kalanchoe species - and one of the one I get asked about a lot is here; Kalanchoe daigremontiana.

Hope that helps locate your plant.

Apr 27, 2015
Donkey ears
by: Marjorie

I have seen that type called donkey ears. It is a type of succulent out of Africa if I remember correctly.

Sep 23, 2015
Freebies in Orlando
by: Cmart106(at)hotmail.com

I have a giant plant just like that that my parents gave me. This thing does not stop making babies. If you'd like 1 or 2 or 10 just let me know. Email me :) in Orlando FL

Sep 24, 2015
Identified
by: Laurel Kobler

Hello,
I have identified this succulent as Kalanchoe Gastonis aka Donkey Ear. I have one finally and it is thriving. ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT and it's babies ;)

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