Elephant’s Ear

Kalanchoe beharensis


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A beautiful ornamental when confined to a container, this slow growing succulent is a tree-like shrub which is actually the largest of the Kalanchoes. Native to south Madagascar, it can reach around 3m tall but is more often grown to about 1m tall and wide. Leaves are triangular with a velvet-like covering of hairs and long stalks and features a stunning mix of two colours: the upper leaves are bronze and the undersides are silvery-grey. It is best grown in warm temperatures with a lot of sunlight.

Very easy to care for—water minimally, keeping on the dry side, and ensuring good drainage. When planting in a garden, space at least a metre apart for room to spread; in containers, use a large pot.


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