Marnier's Kalanchoe is a small evergreen succulent that belongs to the Crassulaceae family and originates from the island of Madagascar, where it feels comfortable on stony plains and in a hot climate. Due to its unusual appearance and various colors that change throughout the year, the succulent is popular in many countries, but at the same time, it contains toxins.
Kalanchoe marnieriana can be easily identified by its small, flat, round leaves that are cyan in color in color and turn red-pink in cold weather. The leaves are covered with a unique natural wax that protects them from the too-intense sun.
Bell-shaped red or pink flowers that sometimes hang almost to the ground appear and disappear on long light red stems throughout the year. Periodically, new sprouts appear on the edges of the leaves, which ripen and fall off, as a result of which a new plant can grow.