Kalanchoe Daigremontiana


This plant sits in the desertscape among the agave and euphorbia. It was a gift. I’d heard the name before but never had the change to get up close and see the interesting babies that grow on its leaves. I read that is also called mother of thousands which is very appropriate. Each baby grows into another plant. Between this and the bunny I could have a very crowded garden.

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  1. Wow! That’s pretty. I grow burros tails & I Love them We have hen and chicks outside. They’re cool! But we also have the real, hen and chicks as well as roosters!! Thank you for sharing!

  2. This is new to me. Took me by surprise.
    You learn something new in Dale’s garden every day.
    Thanks for all the experiences…

  3. pretty when they bloom and your pics are great, but omg will they take over a space !!
    every fall i pull out so many, leaving just a couple older plants to maybe bloom.
    you can plant a leaf as well to get more 🙂

  4. to my mom, who was the mother of a thousand children, in spirit if not literally. children were her life’s work. miss ya mom!