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Kalanchoe daigremontiana syn. Bryophyllum daigremontianum also called Devil's Backbone, Alligator Plant, Mexican Hat Plant or Mother of Thousands is a succulent plant native to Madagascar. This plant is distinguished by its ability to propagate via vegetative propagation. All parts of the plant are poisonous, which can even be fatal if ingested by infants or small pets.

It is an annual succulent with triangular leaves and it can grow up to three feet tall.

Mother of thousands is hardy from zone 9b to 11. It will not survive a frost. They like sun and partial shade and can withstand hot temperatures if given regular water. A

After a year or two of maturing the mother of thousands will flower usually in late winter. It produces a ring of orange trumpet-shaped flowers that hang down from the top of the plant. After flowering the plant dies.

Mother of thousands plant. one small/baby plant at least 1inch tall.(Free shipping worldwide)


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