Kalanchoe Fedtschenkoi Aurea Variegata
From the rejuvenation of my mother plant, from my own succulent collection; the leaves are beautiful grey-green with the white (Albo) variegation; green-yellow flower, green basic form comes from Madagascar, respectively South Africa, succulent - i.e. for a sunny location, not over-fertilised, therefore top healthy & robust (100% organic quality before quantity), overwintered dry in winter, not winter-hardy; planted in a well-drained, self-mixed organic substrate (repotting only desired in 1-2 years), Enjoy your new Kalanchoe fedtschenkoi albo-variegata!
Have you ever wondered where the name "Fedtschenkoi" comes from? Boris Fedchenko was the Russian botanist and director of the Botanical Garden in St. Petersburg and this Kalanchoe is named after him. The botanical green form originates from Madagascar; I have also seen it several times during my trackings in South Africa & La ReUnion... The cultivar 'Variegata', is not very common as a cultivated plant. In English the plant is called 'Lavender scallops'.