Marnier’s Kalanchoe blue-green succulent has thin round leaves that group up a tall stem. The leaves grow up the stem opposite of each other, facing the stem as they grow upwards. The edges of the leaves turn a reddish-pink when happily stressed.
Marnier's Kalanchoe (Kalanchoe marnieriana) (Jacobsen) is a robust, upright grower with stacks of blue-green, coin-shaped leaves on narrow stems. Grows this see-green beauty in bright sun to get coral flushing on its leaf margins. This branching sub-shrub is native to Madagascar and can reach 12.0" tall at maturity. It needs protection from frost but makes an excellent indoor plant on sunny window sills. It produces tall bloom stalks, from which dangle large, coral, bell-shaped flowers.