Kalanchoe orgyalis is a slow-growing, much-branched shrub, up to 6 feet (1.8 m) tall, but is often seen as a smaller plant. It has spatulate-ovate leaves that fold upward from the middle. Other names are Copper Spoons, Cinnamon Bear, Leather Plant.
The leaves of Copper Spoons are bronze to gray on the underside, while the top side is felted with fine, cinnamon colored hairs that eventually age to the same color as the lower surface. The flowers are bright yellow and appear in late winter to early spring in terminal clusters at the branch tips. Kalanchoe orgyalis is a popular plant among landscape designers because of attractive colours and texture of the plant. It is very easy to cultivate and makes an interesting plant in any collection and is rewarding. It is also easy to take care as indoor plant. Since it doesn't get very large it's an easy plant to move inside/outside.