Kalanchoe delagoensis x daigremontiana ‘Pink Butterflies' Live Succulent
***Not Avavailve until July 5th***
*****The Picture Shown Is Of A Mature Plant*****
Kalanchoe delagoensis x daigremontiana “Pink Butterflies”
Different Colors different Season's of the Year.
Is appropriately known as mother of thousands
Due to its unusual habit of self-propagation.
Unlike plants that reproduce by seeds or runners, mother of thousands reproduces itself by dropping tiny plantlets that grow on the edges of the leaves. They say that the Pink Butterfly does not Propagate by the dropping of the plantlets. Mine Do...but, with that being said...The Plants they make turn out to be a solid Green. They Do Not take on the Color of the Parent plant. You Propagate by cuttings. And Believe me...They grow fast, so you'll able to make a lot of plants in a short time. You will receive (2) 8 to 10 Inch Plants.