What is this plant with a unique flower?

by Tania Hobson
(London, Ontario, Canada)


I cannot figure out what this plant is..and neither can 2 other horticulturalists (granted, they dont specialize in these types of plants). Thanks!

Hi Tania, based on the flowers, this is a type of Kalanchoe species, possibly similar to ones called Pearl Bells or Winter Bells among others.

The main characteristics of plants in this species are opposing leaves, bell like flowers, and they are also poisonous, so please keep out of reach of cats and other pets in particular.

Hope that helps get you on track to finding the identity of your plant.
Jacki

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