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InvisibleTheHateCamel
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What kind of plant is this?
    #3542440 - 12/25/04 06:48 PM (11 years, 11 months ago)

This plant reproduces by growing miniature replicas of itself on it's leaves and they fall off and grow.

No seeds or flowers.








Know anything about it?


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Re: What kind of plant is this? [Re: TheHateCamel]
    #3542462 - 12/25/04 06:57 PM (11 years, 11 months ago)

Keep that greedy thing out of ur garden!


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Re: What kind of plant is this? [Re: faslimy]
    #3542471 - 12/25/04 07:00 PM (11 years, 11 months ago)

It's too cold for it to live here through the winter.

It's an indoor plant.

Know what it is?


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Re: What kind of plant is this? [Re: TheHateCamel]
    #3542488 - 12/25/04 07:12 PM (11 years, 11 months ago)

No sorry, I have a few different looking ones which drop similar plantlets, they already have a root waiting to dig into freshs oil!


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Re: What kind of plant is this? [Re: TheHateCamel]
    #3542782 - 12/25/04 09:32 PM (11 years, 11 months ago)

my uncle has that plant in his backyard bonsai garden in san fran. i saw it last time i visited and asked him about it. he didn't say the name, but showed me the miniature plants that grow on the leaves and i thought it was pretty cool!! i totally forgot to bring a couple "plantlets" home  :frown:
very interesting plant you got there


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Re: What kind of plant is this? [Re: lotus_foot]
    #3543011 - 12/25/04 11:04 PM (11 years, 11 months ago)

i agree on the interesting part. i just wish i could tell you what it is. i have no idea but it strikes interest in me, I'm curious as to what it is ill be checking in to see if anyone knows. good luck on finding out.


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Re: What kind of plant is this? [Re: KyKid]
    #3543695 - 12/26/04 05:00 AM (11 years, 11 months ago)

Kalanchoe !


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Re: What kind of plant is this? [Re: John]
    #3543773 - 12/26/04 08:53 AM (11 years, 11 months ago)

Quote:

John said:
Kalanchoe !




Close..... but since I have I have some of these.....

Famous authors in the succulent literature, like W. Rauh, H. Jacobsen, R. Hamlet, Boiteau, etc., have lumped the genus Bryophyllum under Kalanchoe. Recently, botanists have decided to resurrect Bryophyllum based on two characteristics: (a) formation of plantlets in the leaf notches and (b) having pendulous flowers. Kalanchoe has erect flowers and do not under normal conditions give raise to plantlets in the leaf margins. Since taxonomy is an artifical man-assigned classification system where flora and fauna are grouped according to their similarities and differences, there is bound to different opinions as to where to draw a line between one genus and another. We, the hobbyist, will still happily growing our Kalanchoes or Bryophyllums because we enjoy their beauty. In this website, we will differentiate Bryophyllums from Kalanchoes for a good reason: it is generally easy to differentiate them vegetatively based on the above mentioned 2 characteristics.


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Re: What kind of plant is this? [Re: Aelph]
    #3543921 - 12/26/04 12:19 PM (11 years, 11 months ago)

Here it is, Kalanchoe cf. daigremontiana. I didn't have to browse much, I saw the one that said "Mother of Thousands" and figured that was probably it.

http://www.desert-tropicals.com/Plants/Crassulaceae/Kalanchoe_daigremontiana.html


Looks like it will flower.



What function do the flowers serve for this plant?


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Re: What kind of plant is this? [Re: TheHateCamel]
    #3544281 - 12/26/04 03:39 PM (11 years, 11 months ago)

its probley like salvia divinorum, and it will produce seeds but they will be hard to germinate and not worth it because of how easy it is to root cuttings.

Just a guess though.


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Re: What kind of plant is this? [Re: Legoulash]
    #3544401 - 12/26/04 04:32 PM (11 years, 11 months ago)

It reproduces by dropping these little plantlets, that makes me think that it probably doesn't produce any seeds.



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Re: What kind of plant is this? [Re: TheHateCamel]
    #3547945 - 12/27/04 02:00 PM (11 years, 11 months ago)

don't know what it is,
but it looks alright imo
keep it


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Re: What kind of plant is this? [Re: TheHateCamel]
    #3549369 - 12/27/04 08:05 PM (11 years, 11 months ago)

I'm sure the plant is genetically capable of producing seeds. Genetic diversity stops things from becoming extinct by allowing adaptation, and genetic diversity isn't possible through cloning. Whether or not it will flower easily in captivity is another question...
I love plants like that, I think it's so cool how new little plants just drop off the leaves!


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