Kalanchoe gastonis-bonnieri is a species of flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae. They are called "palm beachbells" or "donkey ear plants" as they have leaves resembling the shape of a donkey's ear.
Kalanchoe gastonis-bonnieri is found on calcareous rocks in low open forest in Northwestern Madagascar. Introduced as a garden plant, it is now naturalized in tropical areas in the Amazon, Africa, Asia, Australia and elsewhere in the tropics. It is popular for its waxy red candelabras and large rosettes of purple-blotched, light green foliage and has some of the biggest leaves of all the species. It is a fast growing perennial or biennial succulent with erect stems, usually branched only from the base, the whole plant is glabrous.