Identification: We have no idea what this regeneration plant is...

Discussion in 'Indoor and Greenhouse Plants' started by jessicad218, Dec 8, 2004.

  1. jessicad218

    jessicad218 Member

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    Side Lake, MN U.S.A.
    Please help us to identify this plant that has thick, jagged leaves. On these leaves the plant grows little baby clones with roots that fall to the soil and immediately attach as ground cover and some grow tall and start a new plant. It's very hardy.
    Thanks, Jessica and Jerrilynn

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  2. Ralph Walton

    Ralph Walton Active Member 10 Years

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    Denman Island,BC
    We know it here as a "Mexican Hat Plant" though there is at least one other totally unrelated plant (a coneflower I think) going by the same name. They are a regular feature in our community school science demos, easy for the kids to propagate.
    Yours looks to have dark edges on the leaves which may indicate a nutrient imbalance.
  3. cmitchhall

    Iam a manager of a greenhouse at a college in Denver Colorado your plant is a Klanchoe common name is mother of thousands hope this helps ...cmitchhall

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