Kalanchoe, is a genus of about 125 species of tropical, succulent flowering plants in the Family Crassulaceae, mainly native to the Old World but with a few species now growing wild in the New World following introduction.
Kalanchoes are easy to grow, needing minimum care. So, if you are a busy person, don't hesitate to buy a Kalanchoe which is a very beautiful decorating plant for your moderate indoor climate.
The section Bryophyllum - formerly an independent genus - contains species such as Kalanchoe diagremontianum. In these plants, new individuals develop vegetatively as plantlets, also known as bulbils or gemmae, at indents along the leaves. These young plants eventually drop off and take root. It is commonly called "Mother of Thousands" or "Mexican Hat Plant".