This Kalanchoe has opposite, narrow leaves that are 3″ to 6″ long with margins that bear young plantlets. It is aggressively prolific and will choke out other plants. Can grow to 12″. It blooms early April and puts out a 8″ stalk bearing many dropping trumpets. They start off green at the base turning to orange and peach at the tips. Each flower is about 1″ long.
It is a biennial erect, unbranching plant. Frost tender and suffers from bad drainage or over-watering.
Species Meaning: Houghton's Hybrid
Kalanchoe houghtonii is native to Madagascar.
This is a hybrid of K. daigremontiana x K. delagoensis.
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P20125
We acquired this plant from Fred Meyer.