Kathleen Elliott
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About Me
  • Birthday September 13th, 1960
  • Country Canada
  • Interests
    Goldsmith by trade. I love nature and bringing nature into my home
  • Plant Knowledge Level
    I know quite a bit about tropical plants and a fair bit about outdoor


  • What is it?
    <div><br></div><div>Could anybody please tell me what this is. The leaflets have seed clusters at their tips. A rather unique specimen </div>
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      Paris Lalicata Hi Kathleen! This 100% to me appears to be a very unique species of Kalanchoe which is a succulent, and also my most favorite succulent. A Kalanchoe tubiflora I believe that is very well established. The "seed clusters" you've noticed are actually known as plant-lets which is how the plant propagates itself. The plant-lets can be transferred to their own container and cared for the same (bright indirect light to full sun and allowed to dry out between waterings). The nickname for this plant is called "Mother of Thousands" cause as you can see, you will have a handful of plant babies in the future from this plant mama! May I ask where you got this beautiful plant?!