Kalanchoe laciniata is a short-lived perennial, or possibly sometimes biennial, erect plant that can grow up to 120cm tall. Suited to the conservatory or a greenhouse, producing large flowers with different shades of yellow, scarlet and orange.
The plant is also known as "Lace Leaf Kalanchoe". Overlapping ranks of stiff waxy leaves divided deeply like a lacy fern stuffed with sausage; open multiple heads of starry lemon toned flowers mid-winter. Very beautiful, yet seldom found available. Native to India, Africa, Yemen, Brazil and points between. Certainly considerably underutilized in dish gardens and succulent trough designs as is quite undemanding.