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by Bridgette
(Army base in South Korea)


Unknown succulent – variegated


Variegated leaves, almost perfectly symmetrical pattern. Leaves seem to be shaped to channel water to the base of the plant.

Comments for Unknown succulent – variegated leaves

Mar 22, 2016

re plant id
by: Theresa

several names for this plant. one of them is “mother of a thousand.”

Oct 16, 2014

It’s Donkey Ears
by: cindy

This is a large member of the Kalanchoe family, commonly known as “donkey ears” or “mule ears”. It will produce offsets on the leaves to make new plants. It’s very tough and forgiving.

Mar 14, 2012

In my area…
by: Samantha

…which is the midwest, we call those Mother of Millions or Mother of Hundreds. They grow everywhere, including in the carpet!

Apr 30, 2011

I know what it is!
by: Jacki

Hi Bridgette, check out this page on spotted leaves with tiny baby plants – do any of these look similar?

Your plant is one of the same type, a Kalanchoe. As far as I know, even though there are several species, this genus is the only one with this characteristic of the baby plants growing on the edges of the leaves.

Sorry about that, the shape of the leaves threw me off, but hopefully you can pin down the correct name now.

Apr 30, 2011

Still no idea what it is….
by: Bridgette

Can anyone help with the name of this plant? I still have not found another one like it, and I have not found a picture anywhere to identify it. I’m very interested in finding out exactly what it is.

Update: Since I posted the original pictures, the plant has started “budding” on the edges of the leaves. The buds do not look like flowers, but more like new leaves. Very strange. Any help identifying this plant would be appreciated.