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Image of Jatropha photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Jatropha)

Jatropha comprises approximately 175 shrubs, trees, and herbaceous perennials, most native to tropical South America. They typically have small, brightly colored flowers, evergreen foliage, and succulent, latex producing stems.

Handsome leaves, often with finger-like lobes, are arranged alternately on the stem. Red, yellow, purple, or white flowers occur singly or in flat-topped clusters near or at the ends of branches. Plants bear both male and female flowers. The fruit is a capsule,...

Image of Kalanchoe photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Flaming Katie, Panda Plant)

There are about 125 species of succulents which make up genus Kalanchoe. They may be annuals, perennials or biennials and have spreading, mounding, shrubby, climbing or tree-like habits. Species are widely distributed in the tropical and subtropical regions of Africa, Asia and China. A few have escaped from cultivation and have become naturalized in The New World. Kalanchoes are favorite succulent ornamentals for interior and garden use.

These plants typically have fleshy stems of...

(Kalanchoe)

There are about 125 species of succulents which make up genus Kalanchoe. They may be annuals, perennials or biennials and have spreading, mounding, shrubby, climbing or tree-like habits. Species are widely distributed in the tropical and subtropical regions of Africa, Asia and China. A few have escaped from cultivation and have become naturalized in The New World. Kalanchoes are favorite succulent ornamentals for interior and garden use.

These plants typically have fleshy stems of...

Image of Kalanchoe beharensis photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Kalanchoe)

The bold textural leaves and stark habit of this large shrubby succulent offer year-round form and texture. It comes from the African island of Madagascar, where plants evolved in isolation for millions of years. Its large fleshy long-stalked leaves cluster at the tip of an erect unbranched or sparsely branched stem. The leathery, triangular to arrow-shaped, olive-green leaves are covered with silvery fuzz, and are often bronze-tinged above. They can reach the size of a human foot. Their cupped form...

Image of Kalanchoe beharensis

Jesse Saylor

(Kalanchoe, Oak Leaf Kalanchoe)

Native to Madagascar, felt plant offers year-round form and texture with its bold leaves and stark upright habit. The cultivar 'Oak Leaf' has large, shallow-lobed, long-stalked leaves which cluster at the tip of an erect unbranched or sparsely branched stem. The leathery, triangular to arrow-shaped, olive-green leaves are covered with silvery fuzz, and are often bronze-tinged above. They can reach the size of a human foot. Their cupped form and undulating edges add to the unique character of this...

Image of Kalanchoe blossfeldiana (CALANDIVA® ORANGE, CALANDIVA® SERIES) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Calandiva® Orange Kalanchoe, Flowering Kalanchoe)

Flowering kalanchoe is a succulent tender perennial from Madagascar grown for its bright colorful blooms. The cultivar Calandiva® Orange bear dense clusters of showy double flowers that resemble rose blossoms. This clump-forming evergreen has thick, glossy, oval-shaped green leaves, often with scalloped red edges. The rich orange flowers naturally appear in winter and early spring, but greenhouse grown specimens are cultivated to bloom at all times of year. Flowering continues for at least 6 weeks....

Image of Kalanchoe blossfeldiana (CALANDIVA® PINK, CALANDIVA® SERIES) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Calandiva® Pink Kalanchoe, Flowering Kalanchoe)

Flowering kalanchoe is a succulent tender perennial from Madagascar grown for its bright colorful blooms. The cultivar Calandiva® Pink bear dense clusters of showy double flowers that resemble rose blossoms. This clump-forming evergreen has thick, glossy, oval-shaped green leaves, often with scalloped red edges. The cherry-pink flowers naturally appear in winter and early spring, but greenhouse grown specimens are cultivated to bloom at all times of year. Flowering continues for at least 6 weeks....

Image of Kalanchoe blossfeldiana (CALANDIVA® SERIES) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Calandiva® Flowering Kalanchoe, Flowering Kalanchoe)

Flowering kalanchoe is a succulent tender perennial from Madagascar grown for its bright colorful blooms. Cultivars in the Calandiva® Series bear dense clusters of showy double flowers that resemble rose blossoms. Flowers may be red, orange, pink, purple, white, or combinations thereof. These clump-forming evergreens have thick, glossy, oval-shaped green leaves, often with scalloped red edges. The flowers naturally appear in winter and early spring, but greenhouse grown specimens are cultivated to...

Image of Kalanchoe daigremontiana photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Devil's Backbone, Mexican Hat Plant, Mother-of-Thousands)

This unique succulent is a popular houseplant and specimen for warm, dry landscapes. It is native to southwestern Madagascar where it inhabits dry, mountainous areas. One of its most unique characteristics is its ability to produce small plantlets (pseudo-bulbils) along the periphery of its leaves, which is why it's commonly called mother-of-thousands.

The large, opposite leaves of mother-of-thousands are broad and tapered. The foliage sparsely lines the stems and may be green, gray-green...

Image of Kalanchoe delagoensis photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Madagascar Chandelier Plant)

Vigorous and weedy, this shrubby Kalanchoe from southern Madagascar is among the easiest succulents to grow and the most difficult to control. It spreads prolifically by small plantlets that grow at the tips of the cylindrical, gray-green, maroon-blotched leaves. The plantlets drop to the ground and root, often invading neighboring areas of the garden or greenhouse. In winter and early spring plants bear candelabra-like clusters of magenta to orange, bell-shaped flowers that droop from the...