Kalanchoe lanceolata (Forssk.) Pers., Syn. Pl. 1: 446 1805. (Syn: Cotyledon lanceolata Forssk.; Kalanchoe glandulosa Hochst. ex A. Rich.; Kalanchoe glandulosa var. benguellensis Engl.; Kalanchoe glandulosa var. tomentosa Keissler; Kalanchoe goetzei Engl.; Kalanchoe gregaria Dinter; Kalanchoe heterophylla Wight ex C.B. Clarke; Kalanchoe pentheri Schltr.; Kalanchoe pilosa Baker; Kalanchoe platysepala Welw. ex Britten; Kalanchoe ritchieana Dalzell; Verea lanceolata (Forssk.) Spreng.);
Large perennial, succulent, deciduous, glabrous herbs. Leaves opposite, fleshy, rounded or obtuse, crenate-serrate. Flowers yellow, in large trichotomous corymbose cymes; bracts linear-lanceolate. Calyx glabrous, divided nearly to the base; segments narrowly lanceolate, acute. Corolla yellowish-white, tube inflated, glabrous; lobes broadly lanceolate, acute. Stamens 8, in two series, adnate to the corolla tube. Carpels 4, adnate to the base of corolla tube, styles subulate, stigma oblique. Fruits with shining white corolla tubes.
Flowering and fruiting: March-June
Dry rocky slopes
a rare plant that i saw : Attachments (1 + 3). 9 posts by 5 authors.
can somebody kindly recognise this, most of the people would say kalchoe pinnata iam sorry it’s not.
and pls mention the hindi name as well
pls identify this plant i only know the name in my language which iam not sure it’s correct or not. i do have the plant few of them exactly.
Your plant is juvenile one, try sending photographs of developed plants pereferable with stem leaves and flowers. You may wait for it to flowers.
Sir i finaly found this herb with flowers and fully grown one. i am forwarding these pics pls certify them with names.
it looks like Kalanchoe lanceolata.