Stock Number: 60879
Heavy rigid notchless triangular leaves with dusky rough felt surfaces. Eventually enormous given space & time. This easily grown felted cupleaved beauty is shamelessly showy when added to a mixed summer container.
Stock Number: 61043
Deeply lobed leaves furl down scimitar style displaying a rich rusty gold pelting--absolutely must have full sun to properly form. Larger statured than 'minima.' Very very slow growth rate. We have added extra stock plants of this handsome dwarf form to cover the increasing demand for this--we propagate from stem/trunk...
Stock Number: 60379
Stout stems carry four ranks of triangular, cupped leaves-- pelted chocolate pink above, gray below--so that if observed from above a cross is seen. Probably a Hummel hybrid of K. beharensis x pilosa, according to collectors; however we do not know of anyone successfully duplicating this cross.
Stock Number: 60380
Mature cupped, shallowly lobed leaves are pearly smooth and nearly hairless & glabrous gray-green. This is a arrestingly beautiful piece of sculpture very successful in a sunny plantroom, but quite popular in outdoor plantings, even in seasonal mixed containers in the northern climes. Unusual striking subspecies fr...
Stock Number: 60382
Rhombic scalloped dense short leaves (suggesting a 'Roseleaf' affinity) with lemon yellow to gold striations, mostly in the center of these thick pelted leaves. Rare. Even very rare. We currently have sufficient stock to offer this amazingly sought after, dramatic clone--but may need lead time to finish any current cro...
Stock Number: 60934
LIMITED AVAILABILITY. Spelling may be "Kalanchoe bentiisomalica" Erect succulent stems ranked with fleshy blunt slightly rounded gray-green leaves; very deliberate growth rate. Please confirm; often in short supply.
Stock Number: 61051
Maroon green paired leaves with extremely undulant margins. In very bright light will become coppery carmine --very odd with the brick orange blossoms mid winter! Distinctly more richly colored than the typical species and hybrid types. If you love the look of but find it problematic to grow the ruffled petticoat leave...
Stock Number: 56946
"Dwarf Flaming Katie" Cute piles of very small purple tinted scalloped leaves on tiny tumbling stems over which appear clusters of scarlet blossoms mid winter. Far too cute for some collectors of macho succulents! After growing this for years, we can report that it has never thrown a larger scaled growth--always way pe...
Stock Number: 61206
Ken Frieling's selection of this red flowered species; each fleshy crennate leaf has a flashy central yellow lime flamed medallion. Quite beautiful as a foliage plant; quite breathtaking when in flower mid-winter flaunting its red "Flaming Katie" blossom clusters over the variegated foliage.
Stock Number: 60748
Low mounding beauty: wide pale gray-green fleshy leaves with crenulate edges broadly margined white which do perfectly accent the seasonal fire engine red clusters of upfacing flowers. Flashy, hard to locate variegated version of the common blooming Kalanchoe--the green leaved version which you are most likely to...
Stock Number: 99199
A good starter kit for several of those eternally popular "Mother of Thousands" kit & kin; for the kid in all of us, as well as an introduction to the range of bold and colorful, or furry, or dusted, or waxed, and even variegated foliaged species and hybrids, with at least one famous for a showy display of winter b...
Stock Number: 99684
A Jump start group emphasizing types forming plantlets on the leaf edges or upon the flowering heads--thus known as "Mother of Thousands" and "Life Plants" appealing strongly to all children, even those in their fifties. These Madagascar natives are the most easily grown Kalanchoes--and are offered here at a bargin bas...
Stock Number: 60386
"Life Plant" or "Mother of Thousands" Plantlets form on the crenulated margins of the liver-green triangular fleshy leaves, spotted reddish-brown; heads of pendant pinkish midwinter blossoms gradually fade to a delicate gray-violet hue. Formerly in the genus Bryophyllum, appropriate as the Latin translates to "sproutin...
Stock Number: 61036
Triangular paired fleshy gator jaw leaves sprout endless tiny plantlets along the crenulated rims. Possibly a hybrid, currently considered a sport (maybe a separate species or variety). If this stops any tortoise's runny nose problems, then is is probably a sport.
Stock Number: 60902
Very plushy white felted fat lvs, somewhat elongated, in pairs on lax pipecleaner fuzzy stems. Madagascar species needing very low humidity and full sun.
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Stock Number: 60389
"Purple Scallops" Amethyst, flour-dusted scalloped leaves are margined purple with brownish notches producing adventitious buds in sufficient light and humidity; elegant terminal clusters of pendant khaki-pink flowers appearing late winter. Madagascar native. Very attractive; easily grown given good light. Lovely color...
Stock Number: 60390
"Aurora Borealis Plant" Scalloped purplish leaves margined in bright ivory, toned pink in high light. Beautiful with the dangling clusters of mid-winter blossoms.
Stock Number: 60391
"Rosy Dawn" version of the "Aurora Borealis" plant. The central section of the crenate leaves are arrestingly streaked and mottled with rich yellow-cream and aqua tones. Unusual clone, yet still produces showy khaki-pink heads of dangling blossoms on short terminal spikes late winter. Unusual variegation for the ...
Stock Number: 61046
This is sometimes confused with Kalanchoe humilis on the internet. Our Kalanchoe humilis below is less spotted. Small statured "Jade Jewel"; seriously beautiful with wide silver gray fleshy dark banded jade leaves with crenate margins, highlighted with pale toned midvein. Usually blooming mid-winter, the inflorescence ...
Stock Number: 60392
Handsome large wide coppery "Donkey Ears" leaves inlaid with purple heiroglyphics and liberally dusted with silver on very short central trunks--striking basket subject with masses of midwinter blossoms of delicate pink emerging from the bell like calyx cups. Unique species needing saturated (but never burning) light t...
Stock Number: 60731
This salmon flowered clone has fleshy scalloped/crenate leaves strikingly margined with a white band developing pinkish tints in high light. This impressively variegated sport was found and selected, then reselected by Ken Frieling here at the Glasshouse Works--a quite distinct sport of a not at all unusual species whi...
Stock Number: 68490
Short statured stems thickly covered with elaborate rubbery deeply crennate leaves and topped mid-winter with wide clusters of nodding slipper flowers of pale rose tipped gooseberry green. A charmer on any windowsill totally unaware that some authorities suspect it to be of possible K. petitana origins. We suspect vari...
Stock Number: 60393
"Silver Teaspoons" perfect description of the platinum hair pelting the oval leaves with narrow petioles; these remarkable leaves are rigidly ranked on slim extremely erect stems (thus lending this plant new status as a unique but successful rigidly at attention topiary standard). A curiously similar habit to that of K...
Stock Number: 60394
Also K. poincarei, the famous "Good Luck Plant" A hybrid "Life Plant" of daigremontiana x tubiflora with tan-pink channeled slim leaves (distinctly wider and flatter than tubiflora) with purple designs and toothed margins producing many adventitious plantlets. Easy favorite with very showy rigid umbles of down turned b...
Stock Number: 60983
The succulent leaves have pink & silver splashed along the edges & sometimes the midrib; variegation disappears when in extended extremely warm conditions. Be prepared: if shipped during warmer times of the year, little pink will be visible. After considerable trial and error with shipping this exotic, we now p...
Stock Number: 60931
Pairs of pale marble green leaves slightly mottled with "Baby Pinwiper" patterns; fleshy foliage blushed pink in high light conditions with rose heiroglyphs on the undersides. Originally offered as K. sp. HBG 'Baby Pinwiper," this produces tostled clusters of giant elongated winter blossoms.
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Stock Number: 60396
"Harpoon Leaf Kalanchoe." Short erect stems armed with soft spindle-shaped coppery-green leaves with occasional side harpoon tooth (pinnatisect leaf!). Sometimes considered to be a hybrid of teretifolia x flammea (and it does indeed produce thick ronded heads of showy rose red fowers late February), but more recently d...
Stock Number: 60397
"Lace Leaf Kalanchoe" Overlapping ranks of stiff waxy leaves divided deeply like a lacy fern stuffed with sausage; open multiple heads of starry lemon toned flowers mid-winter. Very beautiful, yet seldom found available. Native to India, Africa, Yemen, Brazil and points between. Certainly considerably underutilized in ...
Stock Number: 61009
Also known as Kalanchoe HBG 73004, from Huntington Botanic Gardens' distribution. Upright stout short trunks support thick upturned pearly surfaced fleshy leaves (so wide as to be nearly round in outline), each heavily ringed by a margin of cute baby plantlets--every kid needs one. Perhaps the most architecturally plea...
Stock Number: 60401
"Flask Flower" Multitudes of wiry scandant stems punctuated with crisp green oval leaves and groups of nodding salmon bellflowers shaped like flasks--blossoms of this clone not strictly orange and green, as described by some--so this may be possibly K. x 'Tessa.'