This small delicate multicolored succulent is packed with personality and beauty and is considered rare, despite its easy propagation.
This succulent is native to South Africa and is also known as Tugela Cliff-Kalanchoe due to its tendency to grow on rock edges when in the wild.
Its identification can be done through its fleshy and shell-shaped bluish-green leaves with small teeth and reddish-brown edges. This multicolored look is paired with its yellow flowers that flourish in fall and winter.
It’s small, relatively easy to care for but also vulnerable and considered rare, and usually doesn’t grow more than 16 inches (40 cm) high.