The Kalanchoe synsepala is a rosette of fleshy leaves with reddish purple margins. Plantlets called “stolons” will form at the ends of arching stems, and re-root where they touch the ground, allowing them to “walk” away from their mother plant, hence its common name “Walking Kalanchoe”. Creamy white blooms, with a touch of pink, appear in the spring on mature plants.
Also called Kalanchoe “Gremlin”.
Excellent for containers, hanging baskets, and succulent gardens.