Kalanchoe humilis is a large shrub succulent. It is an annual easy to care for Kalanchoe succulent that is excellent for beginners. Kalanchoe humilis has a striking appearance its green leaves are variegated with maroon or purple spots. It displays bright colors under the full sun. This succulent grows well in rock gardens and container gardens. The variegated leaves of Kalanchoe humilis give an amazing display to indoor and outdoor succulent gardens. The flowers of Kalanchoe humilis attract hummingbirds to your outdoor gardens.
Kalanchoe humilis is native to Tanzania, Malawi, and Mozambique. It grows well in rocks and crevices on rocky islands and river falls.
Kalanchoe humilis is a spectacular succulent with an attractive and unique appearance. It grows up to 3 feet (90 cm) tall. The stems are woody at the base, simple or with a few branches, purple or slightly glaucous.
The stem usually grows up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall. Leaves are egg-shaped, pale green beautifully variegated with maroon or purple spots. Leaves are 5.2 inches (13 cm) long, and 2.4 inches (6 cm) wide. The leaves are arranged in an upright rosette. Kalanchoe humilis have glaucous blooms on both sides with rounded toothed margins. Flowers are tiny, purple to green that appears on erect, branched 14 inches long inflorescence.
Kalanchoe humilis blooms in the mid-summer season giving off beautifully colored flowers.
Kalanchoe humilis can be planted in outdoor and indoor conditions.