Kalanchoe orgyalis

Kalanchoe orgyalis is a small, shrubby succulent that brings a ton of texture to the table. Tiny cinnamon-colored hairs cover fleshy grey-ish to bronze petals with scalloped edges. Woody and densely branched, ‘millotii’ blooms small yellow/green and orange flowers in the summer months. This succulent is pretty tolerant of insects, but not of extreme weathers hot or cold.

Hardy to Zones: 9-11

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Description

Features:

  • Drought tolerant
  • Sun seeker
  • Slow growing

 

Classifications:

Flower Color: Yellow
Foliage: Bronze, copper, green
Type: Succulent
Habit: Shrubby
Height: 4-6″
Width: 4-6″
Flower Timing: Spring to fall
Heat Tolerance: Full sun to part shade
Patented: Open
Uses: Containers, rock gardens, groundcover

 

 

 

Additional information

Brand

Open

Flower Type

Succulent