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Image of Kalanchoe fedtschenkoi photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Kalanchoe)

Fondly known as lavender scallops, this low, shrubby, spreading succulent from Madagascar has sprawling stems that root where they touch ground. It bears small, oval, blue-gray, white-dusted leaves with toothed tips. The leaves may occasionally produce plantlets, which can drop to the ground and root. Spectacular clusters of dangling urn-shaped orange or red flowers with dusky pink calyces appear on erect stalks in winter and early spring. The blossoms attract hummingbirds. Flowering stems die after...

Image of Kalanchoe fedtschenkoi

James Burghardt

(Kalanchoe, Variegated Kalanchoe)

Fondly known as lavender scallops, Kalanchoe fedtschenkoi is a low, shrubby, spreading succulent from Madagascar. The cultivar 'Variegata' brings a different look to this popular ground-covering species, adding creamy pink markings to the small, oval, blue-gray, white-dusted leaves. The leaves may occasionally produce plantlets, which can drop to the ground and root. Spectacular clusters of dangling urn-shaped orange or red flowers with dusky pink calyces appear on erect stalks in winter...

(Kalanchoe, Variegated Kalanchoe)

Fondly known as lavender scallops, this low, shrubby, spreading succulent from Madagascar has sprawling stems that root where they touch ground. It bears small, oval, blue-gray, white-dusted leaves with toothed tips. The leaves may occasionally produce plantlets, which can drop to the ground and root. Spectacular clusters of dangling urn-shaped orange or red flowers with dusky pink calyces appear on erect stalks in winter and early spring. The blossoms attract hummingbirds. Flowering stems die after...

Image of Kalanchoe manginii photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Chandelier Plant)

The trailing stems and brilliant flowers of this Madagascar native look beautiful spilling from a container or wall. A succulent perennial, it has fleshy, narrowly spoon-shaped leaves paired along wiry red-tinged stems. Small clusters of bright red bell-shaped flowers with protruding yellow anthers dangle from the stem tips in spring. Flower buds sometimes develop into plantlets, which drop from the stems and root.

For best growth provide bright light and average well-drained soil. Give plants...

(Kalanchoe)

Remarkable on several accounts, this succulent perennial from Madagascar bears large, pinnately divided, green to blue green leaves on thick green rubbery "trunks." Its erect stems can reach head height. Leaves may bear plantlets along their margins. In winter or early spring plants produce towering candelabra-like flowering stalks with large green box-shaped buds that open to reveal greenish-yellow bell-shaped flowers with rose-pink tips. Plantlets form along the inflorescence after the flowers...

Image of Kalanchoe pumila photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Dwarf 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 thyrsiflora photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Desert Cabbage, Paddleplant)

The layered pancake-shaped leaves of this stunning graphic succulent have made it one of the most coveted choices for container gardens indoors and out. Its impressive fleshy foliage is soft blue-green in color with irregular edges of orange-purple-red. A native of the Cape region of South Africa, paddleplant thrives in the moist maritime air during the long, dry season. Like all succulents, it requires fast-draining, porous soil.

While technically a perennial, the plant can be short-lived....

Image of Kalanchoe thyrsiflora (COPPER HAZE™) PPAF photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Desert Cabbage, Paddleplant)

The layered pancake-shaped leaves of this stunning graphic succulent have made it one of the most coveted choices for container gardens indoors and out. Its impressive fleshy foliage is soft blue-green in color with irregular edges of orange-purple-red. A native of the Cape region of South Africa, paddleplant thrives in the moist maritime air during the long, dry season. Like all succulents, it requires fast-draining, porous soil.

While technically a perennial, the plant can be short-lived....

Image of Kalanchoe tomentosa photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Panda Plant)

Affectionately known as bunny ears after the shape of the soft fuzzy gray leaves, this popular succulent is easy to grow and quite resilient both in ground and in containers. This is a very unique species native to the island of Madagascar where the succulent plants evolved pubescence or fine hairs to protect against sunburn. There plants must tolerate high heat and long periods of drought to survive, making this an ideal low desert garden plant for unique foliage interest. It is low growing, branching...

Image of Kalanchoe velutina photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(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...