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“Aloe and a Kalanchoe thyrsiflora, commonly called a flapjack plant (top), along with aeonium (middle) and agave (bottom) are popular succulents in California gardens.”
“Small, damp peat-filled depressions harbor specialized, endemic plants, while rock outcrops host a drought-tolerant flora including Aloe, Kalanchoe and Helichrysum.”
“Kalanchoe luciae lucia, described recently, is also endemic to the Park. 136 species are at their southern limit and there are some notable disjunct distributions.”
“There are also some endemic Kalanchoe and Aloe species.”
“The occurrence of plantains and mangoes here is curious, and a sure sign of mild climate, as Kalanchoe is of dryness; nothing could well exceed the barrenness of the road, from crossing Dumria to Benka.”
“Kalanchoe laciniata is common; so is the white Cyperacea on barren spots!”
“The culminant rocks are very dry, but in the rains may possess many curious plants; a fine _Kalanchoe_ was common, with the berberry, a beautiful _Indigofera, _ and various other shrubs; a _Bolbophyllum_ grew on the rocks, with a small _Begonia, _ and some ferns.”
“UBCgarden Daily Botany photo: Kalanchoe luciae - This striking succulent is native to southern Africa.”
“Other suitable plants include the felt bush (Kalanchoe beharensis), panda plant (Kalanchoe tomentosa), and Kalanchoe millotii as well as the tender sedums.”
“Kalanchoe species are available year-round at many full-service nurseries, including Grand”
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