We dream to give ourselves hope. To stop dreaming - well, that’s like saying you can never change your fate.” ~ Amy Tan, The Hundred Secret Senses
Mother of Thousands, Mexican Hat Plant, Kalanchoe daigremontiana
Kalanchoe daigremontiana syn. Bryophyllum daigremontianum also called Mother of Thousands, Alligator Plant, or Mexican Hat Plant is a succulent plant native to Madagascar. This plant is distinguished by its ability to propagate via vegetative propagation. All parts of the plant are poisonous, which can even be fatal if ingested by infants or small pets.
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This is an amazing plant. I have never seen one, but all the curls, curves, and coloration are beautiful. This is a wonderful macro shot. Lovely photography.genie
Dazzlingly beautiful!! Love the colours you have chosen....(or chosen to highlight) - purple and orange and that green is brilliant. And what a wonderful pattern...i like the way you have emphasised the pattern with that colour contrast too! Thank you for sharing it on Mandarin Orange Monday:)
I love this plant, it's so unique! Your orange tint makes it quite eerie.
Happy MOM! Great photos!
Very unusual and unique! Beautiful capture!
Wow that is beautiful! What kind of plant is that?
Very beautiful and interesting plants! And I like the bright orange color in your picture!
I have never seen that kind of plant before, it's beautiful.
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Have a great week!
Such an unusual plant! It's beautiful. I can see where it might entice a young one to play with it and parents have to be vigilant if one is in their home.
I don't think I've ever seen this plant. Thank you.
First time I've seen this. Thanks for sharing. Have a fabulous week.
Liz @ YACB
What an amazing plant! The second shot is my favourite!
I wonder where my comment here went? It is so lovely i wont forget I already commented on it. How did you put the orange hues?
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