Shouting out my latest addition to the Kalanchoe family, commonly known as Flapjack Paddle Plant. Would you believe I found this guy tossed away like trash!? Well I did & he’s been thriving ever since I brought him home.
It’s clear that this succulent got its nickname because of its unique paddle-shaped leaves. With more consistent sunlight I hope to see the edges of the leaves transition to a nice red-colored tint. After doing some research, I found that Kalanchoe thyrsiflora & Kalanchoe luciae are often confused, so I guess with some growth I will know for sure which one this is.
Like my Mother of Thousands, also in the Kalanchoe family, paddle plants are also monocarpic. That means once the plant blooms, it dies. I was able to save my Mother of Thousands post bloom, so I plan to do the same with my Flapjack if needed.
did the ol' clean up yesterday. moved the tender plants back indoors, harvested seeds. these are the colours of autumn on my balcony. that clary sage looks good with the stone crop/sedum, and one peeking tropæolum there behind the millet. i grow as many wild plants as cultivated ones for future terraforming experiments. #garden#urbanGarden#balconyGarden
0 102 hours ago
Nu mă mai satur de culorile ei, nu se mai satură să înflorească.
I'm all for fall and everything, but these shorter days are already creeping in 😔
Has anyone else noticed how dark it gets and how quickly?
That's one of the things I'm sure to miss the most about the summer! ☀
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