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I hope you will read the link provided on this page to see all that this little plant can do! Really a fun plant!

Plants reach up to 3 feet tall(usually when planted outside)with fleshy oblong leaves that reach 6-8 inches long. The margins of these leaves have spoon-shaped bulbiliferous spurs that bear young plants. The plantlets form roots while on the plant.

The upper leaves of the plant tend to develop into large structures, causing the main stalk to bend downwards and the lateral roots to take up root of their own, anchoring into the soil and eventually developing new primary stalks which establish themselves as independent plants.

Kalanchoe daigremontiana can go through a flowering season, where the main stalk elongates vertically upwards by as much as 3', developing an umbrella-like terminal inflorescence of small bell-shaped pink flowers. Flowering is not an annual event and will occur sporadically.

It makes a great landscaping plant or can be kept indoors in northern climates in the winter. This listing is for 5 little plantlets. An interesting plant!

Thanks Anne for the link! Now I know the official name!


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Kalanchoe daigremontiana ...also called Mother of Thousands