Kalanchoe houghtonii

Kalanchoe houghtonii is a unique houseplant succulent that produces boat-shaped leaves with serrated margins. Small plantlets form on the tips of the foliage, hence the name meaning “Mother of Thousands”. Emerald green petals with brownish margins give way to dark red or pinkish flowers in the winter months. Drought tolerant, sun-seeking, and aggressively prolific, Kalanchoe houghtonii is a phenomenal choice for a unique potted plant.

Hardy to Zones: 9-11



  • Easy to maintain
  • Quick growing
  • Drought tolerant



Flower Color: Deep red, pink
Foliage: Green
Type: Succulent
Habit: Upright
Height: 12-24″
Width: 12-24″
Flower Timing: Spring to fall
Heat Tolerance: Full sun to part shade
Patented: Open
Uses: Containers, houseplant