Please Note: The small, pink leaflets can fall off easily in shipping but can be re-propagated to grow roots.
Kalanchoe 'Pink Butterflies
Kalanchoe x houghtonii 'Pink Butterflies': A truly phenomenal plant that's well sought after by collectors. This variegated sport of K. delagoensis x K. daigremontiana grows tall stems and long, slender leaves. The leaves grow new, pink plantlets or bulbils that resemble butterflies. The bulbils are pink because they lack chlorophyll, but with enough light they can propagate and grow into new, rooted plants. The pink plantlets may be finicky, but the mother plant is a strong grower and propagates readily from stem cuttings. Reduce watering frequency in winter to prevent rot.