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by audrey.jeanne.roberts 12/4/2016, 1:28 pm
We got this plant from our neighbor. They evidently brought one back from Panama. We were using it as an indoor plant until this fall when we felt it was really not a good idea. Those little things on the leaves drop off and start new plants. It looks like it could get quite invasive. We put it outside to freeze. Well it has been down to -8 besides below freezing several times the past two weeks and it looks unfazed. Maybe a blow torch.
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And this is why foreign species are usually not allowed to cross the border. Fire that baby up.
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This plant certainly looks like a Kalanchoe - possibly K. daigremontiana = Mother of thousands, Mexican hat plant, etc.
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