Kalanchoe thyrsiflora Harv., W. H. Harvey & O. W. Sonder, Fl. cap. 2:380. 1862;
Crassulaceae, Combretaceae and Myrtaceae Fortnight: Succulent for identification 21: Cotyledon sp. : 8 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1)
Kindly help with identification of this cultivated species of Cotyledon.
most likely crasssula dubia
Crassula dubia is now correctly known as Crassula cotyledonis, but then it raises question about how to differentiate it from Kalanchoe thyrsiflora
Please see my post and link there in
Without flower it is impossible to select one between the two suggested id(s). Yet I would select K. thyrsiflora Harv., for its emarginate leaf apex (and relatively less fleshy?).
SK 2360 03 January 2020 : 5 posts by 2 authors. 2 images- 6 to 7 mb each.
Location: Kalimpong, WB, India
Date: 27 November 2019
Kalanchoe thyrsiflora Harv. ??
Yes, may be Kalanchoe thyrsiflora Harv. as per image, references and details herein.
This species is quite confusing with Kalanchoe luciae,
Differences between the two are given at Platzafrica
Plant for ID : Bangalore : 04OCT20 : AK-11 : 12 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1)
Seen growing on a house compound wall.
Does not look like Piper sp. Ficus sp. ??
Could be kalanchoe species
Thanks … It was like a vine climbing up.
Any other views ???? ma’am,
What about two thick stems in foreground? Same plant?
I have only one picture.
We had parked the vehicle and since it was an unknown house, I took a picture from the car itself.
Since someone can come out and object.
That area was also unknown and very crowded.
Yes, the stems are of the same plant, and it had gone up 5-6 feet clinging to the wall.
Some Orchid Species?
I also think it may be some Crassulaceae member as per comparative images herein.
Something close to Senecio jacobsonii?
Can not say. Pl. check
Thanks … My variegated potted plant from Lalbagh could be the same.
It does look close.