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Posted by Birdlady_in_Mesa z9 AZ (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 1, 05 at 0:46

Picked this up off the clearance rack at Target a couple weeks ago. It was one of those half dead easter plants that was in some kind of colored foil wrap with, I suppose, the name of the plant on it. I didn't get the colored foil wrap, so have no name. Any ideas?

The leaves are leathery and stiff, succulent like. The flowers are not a single layer of petals, but have several layers. It had evidently bloomed quite profusely, based on the many dead flowers I removed, It has started to bloom again.
Perhaps a kalanchoe of some type??

thanks in advance
Susie

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RE: ID Help appreciated

Yep, it's a Kalanchoe blossfeldiana, a double one-- I think the newer double ones are called "Calandiva?" varieties. Not sure if they've got any other varieties of doubles yet.


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