With fuzzy foliage that is hard to resist, this gorgeous evergreen succulent is a great addition for anyone trying to improve their collection without worrying about complex care.
A hybrid between Kalanchoe beharensis and Kalanchoe milottii, the Kalanchoe ‘Behartii’ is an evergreen succulent that doesn’t grow more than 12 inches (30 cm) high. The entire Kalanchoe family is native to China and Africa, with a particular incidence and spread in Madagascar.
This plant is easy to identify due to its wide greyish-green leaves that are soft and fuzzy to the touch, resembling velvet and toothed-edged leaves. It flourishes from early spring to late winter, bearing insignificant flowers. This easy-to-care beauty is toxic, as all plant parts are poisonous.