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kalanchoe

Botanical name: Kalanchoe

kalanchoe
Botanical name: Kalanchoe
kalanchoe (Kalanchoe)

Description

Kalanchoe make up a large and diverse genus of tropical succulent flowering shrubs and herbaceous plants. The flowers bloom in clusters and a wide variety of colors. These plants are easy to grow as they need very little water but require direct sunlight. this makes them popular options as houseplants or additions to a rock or succulent garden. this genus is an important food plant for the Red Pierrot butterfly and is one of the first plants to be sent into space.

Species of kalanchoe

Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana 'Queen Lindsay'

Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana 'Queen Lindsay'

Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana 'Queen Lindsay' is a beautiful succulent with glossy leaves and clusters of small, brightly colored flowers that bloom for several months. This plant loves bright, indirect light and drier conditions and can be grown both indoors and out. In folklore, the Kalanchoe was associated with good luck and believed to bring positive energy to the home.
Kalanchoe Bloddfeldiana Lanin

Kalanchoe Bloddfeldiana Lanin

Kalanchoe Bloddfeldiana Lanin is a colorful succulent that is perfect for adding a pop of color to any room. It is known for its vibrant red, pink, and orange blooms which attract hummingbirds. This plant is also said to have air purifying properties, making it a great addition to any home or office space.
Kalanchoe Bloddfeldiana Queen Jodie

Kalanchoe Bloddfeldiana Queen Jodie

Kalanchoe Bloddfeldiana Queen Jodie make up a large and diverse genus of tropical succulent flowering shrubs and herbaceous plants. The flowers bloom in clusters and a wide variety of colors. These plants are easy to grow as they need very little water but require direct sunlight. This makes them popular options as houseplants or additions to a rock or succulent garden. This genus is an important food plant for the Red Pierrot butterfly and is one of the first plants to be sent into space.
Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana Kerinci

Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana Kerinci

Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana Kerinci make up a large and diverse genus of tropical succulent flowering shrubs and herbaceous plants. The flowers bloom in clusters and a wide variety of colors. These plants are easy to grow as they need very little water but require direct sunlight. This makes them popular options as houseplants or additions to a rock or succulent garden. This genus is an important food plant for the Red Pierrot butterfly and is one of the first plants to be sent into space.
Widow's-thrill 'Tessa'

Widow's-thrill 'Tessa'

Widow's-thrill 'Tessa' make up a large and diverse genus of tropical succulent flowering shrubs and herbaceous plants. The flowers bloom in clusters and a wide variety of colors. These plants are easy to grow as they need very little water but require direct sunlight. This makes them popular options as houseplants or additions to a rock or succulent garden. This genus is an important food plant for the Red Pierrot butterfly and is one of the first plants to be sent into space.
Oricula

Oricula

Kalanchoe luciae 'oricula' is an ornamental succulent variant grown in cultivation. Kalanchoe luciae 'oricula' arose from a mutation in Kalanchoe luciae. This species' leaves turn deeper red with cooler temperatures. Kalanchoe luciae 'oricula' is highly tolerant of drought, but is susceptible to overwatering. Exposure to slugs and snails can disfigure the leaves of this species.
Chandelier plant

Chandelier plant

Chandelier plant (Kalanchoe delagoensis) is a succulent plant that originated in Madagascar. A synonym for Kalanchoe delagoensis is Bryophyllum delagoense. An alternative name for chandelier plant is mother of millions. This plant's tolerance of drought conditions have made it a popular garden plant.
Tugela Cliff-kalanchoe

Tugela Cliff-kalanchoe

The tugela Cliff-kalanchoe grows fast, easy reproduces, has no dormancy period, and is suitable for year-round open-air planting. Its leaves are usually green with undulate, slightly reddish margins. When given plenty of sunshine and the right temperatures, the entire plant can turn a stunning red.
Marnier's kalanchoe

Marnier's kalanchoe

The leaves of marnier's kalanchoe are round and flat like rackets, and usually bluish-green. The leaf margins beautifully turn yellow, pink, or even red when the plant changes color. Its flowers are pink, fasciate at the top of the scape, and bloom facing downward like wind chimes hanging upside down.
Paddle plant

Paddle plant

Paddle plant (Kalanchoe tetraphylla) is a rare succulent plant species that requires low light to grow. It is considered a hardy succulent species. Paddle plant is native to Madagascar.
Felt plant

Felt plant

Native to Madagascar, felt plant (Kalanchoe beharensis 'Fang') is a tall and expansive houseplant notable for the texture of its silvery green leaves, which resemble velvet and are soft to the touch. The red-tinged, urn-shaped flowers emerge in the spring, if indeed they bloom at all.
Penwiper plant

Penwiper plant

Penwiper plant (Kalanchoe marmorata) is a flowering perennial succulent native to central and western Africa. Penwiper plant is cultivated in rock gardens and, in temperate climates, indoors as a houseplant. This species should be grown in bright light and well-drained soil.
Kalanchoe

Kalanchoe

Kalanchoe (Kalanchoe humilis) is easily recognizable on account of its high-contrast green and violet leaves. It flowers in summer and produces small purple blossoms. This species is toxic to humans and animals and should not be consumed.
Beauverd's widow's-thrill

Beauverd's widow's-thrill

Beauverd's widow's-thrill (*Kalanchoe beauverdii*) is a climbing succulent that can be cultivated in homes and gardens. Beauverd's widow's-thrill can be sensitive to too much light. This species should be watered moderately and allowed to dry out during winter. It is native to Madagascar.
Donkey ears

Donkey ears

A fast-growing succulent, donkey ears has waxy, ear-like leaves that can grow up to 52 cm long. New plants grow on the tips of the leaves. When the leaves reach the soil, they will take root and form new plants.
Tugela cliff-kalanchoe

Tugela cliff-kalanchoe

Tugela cliff-kalanchoe (Kalanchoe longiflora) is a succulent shrub indigenous to South Africa. Tugela cliff-kalanchoe grows at high altitudes on shale slopes and cliff edges. It's also called long-flower kalanchoe. Due to agriculture and trampling by livestock, tugela cliff-kalanchoe is considered a rare plant in the wild. It is often planted ornamentally in rock gardens and valued for its drought tolerance.
Mother of thousands

Mother of thousands

Each leaf of Kalanchoe laetivirens is long deltoid or elliptic, dark green or sage green, and has a coarsely serrated margin. Seedlings with round opposite leaves sprout naturally between each serrate margin, and each seedling is ready to grow into a new plant when it lands in the soil. The mother of thousands grows and reproduces at an alarming rate, and can soon take over every corner.
Silver teaspoons

Silver teaspoons

Kalanchoe hildebrandtii is an ornamental succulent species that is also called silver teaspoons. In cultivation, Kalanchoe hildebrandtii is considered low maintenance, but too much sunlight can burn the tips of its leaves. This species is native to Madagascar. It grows best in pots if it is fed bi-weekly with fertilizer.
Mother of thousands

Mother of thousands

The mother of thousands is a succulent plant native to Madagascar. Its unusually-shaped leaves have granted it other monikers like "alligator plant" and "devil's backbone." It reproduces via the "plantlets" that grow along the periphery of its leaves. Though enjoyed for its decorative value, mother of thousands can be invasive in arid environments.
Chocolate soldier

Chocolate soldier

Popular with indoor succulent enthusiasts, the fuzzy chocolate soldier (Kalanchoe tomentosa 'Chocolate Soldier') is an exception to the rule that succulents require lots of sunlight. It can even live under bright artificial light. Be aware that this common houseplant is toxic to both cats and dogs.
Florist kalanchoe

Florist kalanchoe

Florist kalanchoe (Kalanchoe blossfeldiana) originates from Madagascar and has been a popular houseplant since the 1930s. Unlike most other succulents that are grown for their interesting leaves, Kalanchoe blossfeldiana is valued for the colorful flowerheads it produces in autumn and winter. This is the reason it is commonly gifted during holidays, earning it another name - Christmas kalanchoe. It is toxic to pets.
Neverdie

Neverdie

Neverdie is a resilient succulent native to Madagascar. Its leaves grow in a rosette pattern and have a unique wavy edge, making it stand out among other Kalanchoe varieties. The plant earned its common name from its ability to regrow from stem cuttings even when completely uprooted, making it truly hard to kill.
Kalanchoe Fuego

Kalanchoe Fuego

Kalanchoe Fuego is a succulent that is loved for its vibrant red-orange flowers. This plant is favored by gardeners for its drought tolerance and ability to thrive in direct sunlight. Interestingly, Kalanchoe plants have been used in traditional medicine to treat inflammation and pain. In addition, kalanchoe Fuego is known for attracting pollinators such as bees and butterflies to the garden.
Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana Simone

Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana Simone

Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana Simone make up a large and diverse genus of tropical succulent flowering shrubs and herbaceous plants. The flowers bloom in clusters and a wide variety of colors. These plants are easy to grow as they need very little water but require direct sunlight. This makes them popular options as houseplants or additions to a rock or succulent garden. This genus is an important food plant for the Red Pierrot butterfly and is one of the first plants to be sent into space.
Kalanchoe Blsosfeldiana Mistral

Kalanchoe Blsosfeldiana Mistral

Kalanchoe Blsosfeldiana Mistral is a charming succulent that boasts clusters of small pink flowers in winter and spring. It is widely cultivated as a houseplant due to its colorful blooms and ease of care. Interestingly, the plant has been found to have medicinal properties beneficial to humans.
Flaming Katy Calandiva White

Flaming Katy Calandiva White

Flaming Katy Calandiva White is an elegant succulent with stunning white blooms that resemble roses. It requires little attention and thrives in bright light with the occasional watering. Interestingly, flaming Katy Calandiva White was first discovered in Madagascar and has become a popular houseplant due to its resilience and unique appearance.
Calandiva Red Kalanchoe

Calandiva Red Kalanchoe

Calandiva Red Kalanchoe is a succulent plant native to Madagascar. It is often grown as a houseplant and is known for its unique double-petalled flowers, which bloom in shades of red and pink.
Paddle plant

Paddle plant

Kalanchoe thyrsiflora (also known as paddle plant, flapjacks, desert cabbage, white lady, geelplakkie, meelplakkie, or plakkie) is a species of flowering plant native to Botswana, Lesotho, South Africa and Swaziland.
Copper spoons

Copper spoons

Copper spoons leaves have a thick leathery feel. The young leaves are beautifully bronze-colored, while the old leaves are sage green. The back of the leaves are silvery, and the leaf surface is tomentose. The plant prefers warm, dry, sunny environments, is easy to care for, and is a good choice for gardening beginners.
Millot kalanchoe

Millot kalanchoe

Millot kalanchoe leaves grow in pairs, with a dense layer of white tomenta on their surface. The tomenta are fuzzy like "bunny ears." The tomenta on the new leaves in particular are unusually white and endearing.
Beach bells

Beach bells

Highly prized in horticulture and ornamental gardening, beach bells has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. This evergreen succulent is native to Madagascar. The highlights of beach bells are its salmon-red flowers that bloom in spring.
Mother of millions

Mother of millions

Mother of millions leaves are virgate and densely streaked, with dark green to gray stripes. The top of each leaf usually has 6-7 small lateral buds, which fall to the ground and grow into brand-new plants at the slightest touch. Wild mother of millions is everywhere, and can often be found under eaves, by corners of walls, and on roofs.
Chocolate soldier

Chocolate soldier

Popular with indoor succulent enthusiasts, the fuzzy chocolate soldier (Kalanchoe tomentosa) can live under bright artificial light. Conversely, it can survive better than most related succulents under limited-sunlight conditions. Be aware that this common houseplant is toxic to both cats and dogs.
Felt bush

Felt bush

Felt bush (Kalanchoe beharensis) is a succulent perennial that will grow from 61 to 91 cm tall. It has large fleshy leaves covered in fine velvety hairs. As the plant matures it will produce clusters of small, urn-shaped flowers that range from reddish orange to greenish yellow. Thrives in full sun to partial shade in well-drained soil. It is drought tolerant but needs protection from the cold. Perfect for succulent or Mediterranean gardens, borders and flower beds.
Cathedral bells

Cathedral bells

Cathedral bells is a succulent plant from Madagascar remarkable for its ability to generate small bullets on the edges of "leaves." Actually, these thick, fleshy "leaves" are not true leaves but flattened shoots instead. Cathedral bells is easy to grow and used as a potting or hanging plant indoor.
Walking Kalanchoe

Walking Kalanchoe

Walking Kalanchoe (Kalanchoe synsepala) is a succulent species valued as an ornamental plant for the color combination present in its leaves. The walking Kalanchoe is cultivated in rock gardens and as an indoor houseplant, where care must be taken not to expose the plant to too much light. This species is native to Madagascar and grows optimally when given moderate amounts of water, potting soil, and a well-draining clay pot.
Aurora borealis

Aurora borealis

Aurora borealis whose colors vary greatly. Its leaves are bluish-green, or possibly greyish-green. When the plant changes color, the new leaves turn yellowish-green, and the margins turn from brown to pinkish-white. Its flowers, which hang upside-down like little bells at the top of the scapes, are either red or orange.
Lavender scallops

Lavender scallops

Lavender scallops leaves are flat and have undulate margins. Its flowers are tubular and hang upside down like little tangerine bells on a floral sword. It is very reproductive and adaptable and tends to spindle when over-watered. To keep it petite and brightly colored, it should be watered less often.
Flour-dust plant

Flour-dust plant

Kalanchoe pumila is a species of flowering plant in the Crassulaceae family. It is native to Madagascar. It is a spreading, dwarf succulent subshrub growing to 20 cm tall and 45 cm wide, with arching stems of frosted leaves, and clusters of purple-veined pink flowers in spring. As the minimum temperature for cultivation is 12 ℃, in temperate regions it is grown under glass as a houseplant. The Latin specific epithet pumila means dwarf or low-growing. This plant has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
Laciniate kalanchoe herb

Laciniate kalanchoe herb

Laciniate kalanchoe herb (Kalanchoe ceratophylla) is a succulent flowering plant that is indigenous to Africa. A member of the Kalanchoe genus was among the first plants to experience life in space, being sent to the Soviet space station in 1971. Laciniate kalanchoe herb is often grown as an ornamental and propagates easily - even a single fallen leaf can sprout roots and become a complete plant.
Kalanchoe paniculata

Kalanchoe paniculata

Kalanchoe paniculata make up a large and diverse genus of tropical succulent flowering shrubs and herbaceous plants. The flowers bloom in clusters and a wide variety of colors. These plants are easy to grow as they need very little water but require direct sunlight. This makes them popular options as houseplants or additions to a rock or succulent garden. This genus is an important food plant for the Red Pierrot butterfly and is one of the first plants to be sent into space.
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