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By Chloris


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An unknown succulent I found on a kerbside in Australia. A Kalanchoe I think but if anyone can identify it I'd be very grateful. Its about 45-60 cm tall and drops little plantlets from the 'leaf' ends as some Kalanchoes do.



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This is very pretty.
Sorry, don't know what it is.
Marguerite will probably identify it for you.
Welcome to GoY.
Enjoy. :o)

6 Feb, 2009

 

It looks very much like bryophyllum (kalanchoe) fedtschenkoiv - sometimes referred to as the scallop plant - can have orange or lavender colours.

7 Feb, 2009

 

Very unusual looking. Nice!

7 Feb, 2009

 

Welcome to GoY Chloris.
Kalanchoe Daigremontiana, Leopard Spots or Mother of Million!
I've got this one. I pulled most of them out, because they multiply like crazy! Nice looking though :) Here's a link for you to check out, to see if it matches yours:

http://www.blujay.com/?age=ad&adid=2022786&cat=11090705

7 Feb, 2009

 

Lovely looking plant.

7 Feb, 2009

 

Yes very pretty Plant!

8 Feb, 2009



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