Kalanchoe orgyalis is a branching succulent shrub that has cool, felted, copper, spoon-like leaves with white reverses.
Kalanchoe orgyalis is much-branched slow growing shrub that can reach up to 6 feet tall but is more often seen as a smaller plant. It has spathulate ovate leaves that fold upward from the middle and are a bronze to gray color on the underside while the top side is felted with fine cinnamon coloured hairs that eventually age to the same colour as the lower surface. In the late winter to early spring appear the bright yellow flowers in terminal clusters at the branch tips.
Common Name: Copper Spoons
Family: Crassulaceae (The Stonecrop Family)
Zone Hardiness: 9b-11
Light: Full Sun
Primary Bloom Colour: Yellow
Secondary Bloom Colour:
Bloom Time: Winter
Soil Moisture: Drought Tolerant, Dry
Stem Colour: White
Deer Resistant: Unknown
BC Native: No
Native Habitat: This plant is native to rocks and dry soils in southern and southwestern Madagascar.
Geogrpahical Origin: Europe and Africa - Southern Africa and Madagascar
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