A small-ish speciment
Easy to grow succulent with a very difficult name to pronouonce! Bryophyllum crenatodaigremontianum
Bryophyllum 'Crenatodaigremontianum' has lovely rosey-lavender, pale green and shades of pale pink blooms. The bloom buds are lovely as well. Shown in January.
Bryophyllum 'Crenatodaigremontianum' blooms and bloom buds appear to be more pinkish than lavender in some lighting conditions as shown here in January.
A closeup view of the Bryophyllum 'crenatodaigremontianum' plantlets ...
Bryophyllum 'Crenatodaigremontianum' has distinctive ear-shaped lobes at the leaf bases as shown in this photo.
Bryophyllum crenatodaigremontianum produces plantlets at the base of the leaves on the stem as the plant starts to die after blooming. As the stem falls over, the plantlets make ground contact.
Bryophyllum (Bryophyllum crenatodaigremontianum) planlets along the stem arising from the leaf base after blooming as the plant starts to die ... The old leaves fall off leaving the plantlets.
Bryophyllum crenatodaigremontianum plantlet on the stem forming a plantlet (note the roots) along its leaf edge. There is another plantlet just starting to form to the right on the leaf edge.
A view of one Bryophyllum crenatodaigremontianum branching flower stem as the flowers fade showing plantets forming at the base of the flower stems (one place that it makes plantlets beforw it dies).
Plant in full bloom.
Kalanchoe laetivirens, still young but has produced many babies already!
Huntington Gardens, indoor collection
Huntington gardens, California, early March