Kalanchoe delagoensis – Common names ‘Mother of Millions’ or ‘Chandelier Plant’. Tube like grey-green leaves with purple blotches. Tiny plantlets form on leaf. Kalanchoe delagoensis Photo by: Valentino Vallicelli “Mother of Thousands” This plant gets a lot of attention from visitors for its archetectural accents. K. delagoensis is an aggressive weed with a high invasive potential. It is present in pastures, grasslands, open woodlands and disturbed land.

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Seeds can germinate for some years after production. The flowers last about 5 weeks so it is well worthwhile trying to get some.

Only applies for rare plants. This page was last edited on 10 Novemberat Bryophyllum delagoense Flowers Scientific classification Kingdom: Please note that all images are copyright of the author.

Wild Plants of Malta & Gozo – Plant: Kalanchoe delagoensis (Mother of Millions)

Phylogenetic relationships and evolution of Crassulaceae inferred from matK sequence data. Kalanchoe delagoensis Photo by: This succulent produces its offspring at the tips of its tubular leaves but every part of it will root and grow new plants. The margins is entire except at their apices where there are five to seven teeth.


In Australia, it is a serious pest because it is highly poisonous to cattle Mckenzie et al. It need to be covered at least and housed in cold climates.

This will help to cover some expenses needed to maintain the website and its further development. Some similar plants that also produce an abundance of plantlets include Kalanchoe pinnata and Kalancboe daigremontiana. This species’ capability for vegetative reproductionits drought toleranceand kalancheo popularity as a garden plantrelate to this species’ becoming an invasive weed in places such as eastern Australia and many Pacific islands.

Good thing they don’t have nasty roots- they can be pulled or scooped away where not wanted.

Kalanchoe delagoensis – Chandelier Plant

Treatment is expensive as it must be given by a veterinarian, or under their direction, because of the drugs and materials used Queensland Government, Kalankoe delagoensis isn’t hardy to severe freeze, but seem to tolerate everything else.

Kalanchoe delagoensis delagoensus plant ; fresh and dead flowers. Submit further info on this species. Due to intense vegetative reproduction, this plant rarely blooms.

A geographical checklist of the Micronesian dicotyledonae. Published date of profile: Distribution Table Top of page The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. Whistler WA, Steele O, The Plant List, The impact of fire, and its potential role in limiting the distribution of Bryophyllum delagoense Crassulaceae in southern Africa. New Hawaiian plant records for Bishop Museum Occasional Paper, Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser.


This species can be found growing at low elevations m in pastures, grasslands, waste areas, roadsides and disturbed forests in dry, arid and semiarid habitats with warm temperatures Moran, ; BioNet-EAFRINET, More information about modern web browsers can be found at http: They are very beautiful but hard to see.

Flowering plants from Cuban gardens. Corrections for mistakes and errors in this plant profile. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Checklist of the Vascular Plants of Texas. Criterion Books, pp. Classification within this family is difficult, mainly because many of the species hybridize in both the wild and in cultivation. National Tropical Botanic Gardens, pp. Plant Protection Quarterly, 17 1: Good thing they don’t have nasty roots- they pull up out of the ground easily.

Due to intense vegetative reproduction, this plant rarely blooms.

Basionym or principal synonyms: Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: Economic Impact Top of page K.