Is this a Kalanchoe Crassula Rogersii?
by Jacky Grundling
(Cape Town South Africa)
brown 'stitches' on edges of leaves
Grows like a Kalanchoe. Leaves fat and if stressed turns red on the tips. Could also be Crassula Rogersii. Flowers upright and red.
Height about 30 cm.
Hi Jacky, there seems to be some confusion about your plant; judging from the leaves and their arrangement, and also the flowers, urn or bell shaped, this is not a Crassula, which have a similar set up of the leaves but are usually clasping, and not notched on their edges, and also have a tight cluster of star shaped flowers.
Narrowing it down further, the brown markings on the tips of the leaves are a dead giveaway; these are typical of some types of Kalanchoe - look at this page on Dave's Garden Website for more on Panda Plant and Chocolate Soldier to see what I mean.
Sorry I couldn't find the exact same plant as yours but that gives you a place to start.
Best of luck with the ongoing search for your plant!