Mother of ThousandSize: FLOWERING SIZE
Growing mother of thousands (Kalanchoe daigremontiana) provides an attractive foliage houseplant. Though rarely blooming when kept indoors, the flowers of this plant are insignificant, with the most interesting feature being the baby plantlets continually appearing on the tips of the large leaves. It may bloom with small, grayish lavender flowers in late winter. The mother plant then dies, but is replaced by tiny plantlets that can drop and cause the plant to be considered invasive. For this reason, most gardeners find growing mother of thousands works best in a container.