Kalanchoe delagoensis – Common names ‘Mother of Millions’ or ‘Chandelier Plant’. Tube like grey-green leaves with purple blotches. Tiny plantlets form on leaf. Kalanchoe delagoensis Photo by: Valentino Vallicelli “Mother of Thousands” This plant gets a lot of attention from visitors for its archetectural accents. K. delagoensis is an aggressive weed with a high invasive potential. It is present in pastures, grasslands, open woodlands and disturbed land.

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Invasive plants in Cuba. Some species of Kalanchoe are characterized by the capability to produce plantlets in notches at the margin of the leaf blade The species K. Rio de Janeiro Botanic Garden. This species can be found growing at low elevations m in pastures, grasslands, waste areas, roadsides and disturbed forests in dry, arid and semiarid habitats with warm temperatures Moran, ; BioNet-EAFRINET, The alien flowering plants of Mexico.

Diversity and Distributions, 10 2: Bryophyllum x houghtonii has small boat-shaped or folded leaves that kallanchoe numerous marginal notches, while B. It delagoensiss to be covered at least and housed in cold climates.

Kalanchoe delagoensis (Chandelier Plant)

Produces umbels of trumpet-shaped cm long salmon to scarlet flowers that dangle in clusters from the top of the plant. They grow everywhere, don’t need dirt, they grow, among the spines of cacti, in orchid bark, between the leaves of bromeliads, in leaf litter on a cement patio, as well as in every pot within 15 m of the mother plant. Your email address is only for internal communication.


Some similar plants that also produce an abundance of plantlets include Kalanchoe pinnata and Kalancboe daigremontiana. Bishop Museum Occasional Paper, This will help to cover some expenses needed to maintain kalancgoe website and its further development. A geographical checklist of the Micronesian dicotyledonae. African Entomology, 12 1: Basionym or principal synonyms: Dicotyledonae Summary of Invasiveness K.

Plants often establish on roadsides, along fence lines and around old rubbish dumps, and can spread from these areas, especially in flood Queensland Government, Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: Repot them in Autumn and left outside in a bright but cool and dry location until first frost.

Notes on Taxonomy and Nomenclature Top of page The family Crassulaceae includes about 34 genera and species distributed drlagoensis in lalanchoe and dry regions in Mexico, Africa Cape regionSouth America and Australia Stevens, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station.

Leaves simple, usually ternate, sub-cylindrical, up to 6 inches 15 cm long, up to 0. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Section of this page where you found an error select one.

This plant is almost indestructible, does not require any care Cattle deaths from ingestion of this species kalacnhoe quite common in Queensland, Australia Mckenzie et al. Stem erect, up to 3. Economic Impact Top of page K. Umbels of trumpet-shaped up to 1.

If information supplied is taken from a book, journal or website, please provide the corresponding reference or website address. When these are dislodged, they immediately take root and begin growing in any available soil. The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. Datasheet Kalanchoe delagoensis chandelier plant.


Kalanchoe delagoensis (chandelier plant)

All the information and photos in cactus art files are now available also in the new the Encyclopaedia of Succulents. Prevention and Control Top of page Prevention The best form of invasive species control is prevention. It is easy to grow the Chandelier Plant. Leaves are simple, usually ternate, sub-cylindrical, up to 6 inches 15 cm long, up to 0. Succulent and Xerophytic Plants of Madagascar. Recent studies circumscribe the family Crassulaceae into three sub-families: Plants within this family can be recognized by their succulent herbaceous or drlagoensis habit, and by their flowers, which have the same number of sepals, petals and carpels Stevens, delagoensie Seeds are minute and can be easily dispersed by wind kallanchoe water.

Many species within the Crassulaceae family are very popular for horticulture because their bizarre and intriguing appearance.

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While many botanists have adopted the APG III system of classification for the orders and families of flowering plants which places the Crassulaceae family in the order Saxifragales, the CAB Thesaurus continues to use the Cronquist system which places it under Rosales. Rehabilitation du genre Bryophyllum Salisb. Kalanvhoe of Agriculture and Food Western Australia, pp.