Identification: What are they?

Discussion in 'Indoor and Greenhouse Plants' started by KPlante, Sep 24, 2007.

  1. KPlante

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    Howdy Folks,

    I'm new to the world of succulents yet I can see I'm headed into them at full speed!
    Can anyone tell me what the name of these two plants?
    Thanks so much.
     

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  2. Bluewing

    Bluewing Well-Known Member

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    First one is a Kalanchoe (there are many) could be, Kalanchoe tubiflora (Chandelier) As you can see, it has many babies on the tips. Some are called mother of thousands, now you know why! Not sure if the second plant is a kalanchoe or not.
     
  3. KPlante

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    Thank you Bluewing!
     
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  5. KPlante

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    Thanks SaltCedar!
    My picture doesn't show the flowers but it's the same as in the picture at the link you provided.
    Mystery solved.
     
  6. edleigh7

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    Not to put a downer on things, but that particular Kalanchoe is virtually uncontrollable over here!! If kept as an indoor plant it should be great....just a friendly word of advice..

    Enjoy :)

    Ed
     

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