You will need to see if the plant started producing baby plantlets. Pluck one or two plantlets and store them into a plastic bag, which will help keep them moist. Remember that if the stored plantlets dry up, they’ll die. Next, prepare a pot for them and plant these plantlets gently on the soil.
Subsequently, do all Kalanchoe have babies?
All mothers have babies, and this Kalanchoe species also produces “babies” called plantlets. Mother of thousands also reproduces very rapidly—hence the other name “mother of millions.” These tiny “offspring” are fascinating to look at.
Accordingly, how does Kalanchoe reproduce?
Reproduction. The genus Kalanchoe may reproduce asexually by producing plantlets on leaf margins, which when distributed on a suitable substrate will form new plants. … The second plantlet-forming species is constitutive plantlet-forming species that spontaneously forms plantlets.
What should I do with my Mother of Thousands babies?
Propagation is easy work with a Mother of Thousands since the plant does much of the work for you. Somewhere along its evolutionary line, the Mother of Thousands plant lost the ability to produce seeds, so now it relies solely on plantlets. Carefully pull off the small plantlets and repot them in a cactus potting mix.
The difference between the two can be found in the shape of their leaves. Mother of Thousands have wider, broader leaves that grow in pairs, and plantlets appearing along the edges of the leaves. Mother of Millions have narrow leaves with plantlets appearing at the ends or the tips of the leaves.
Mother of Thousands has broad, tear-shaped leaves. You’ll notice that they always grow in pairs, each leaf on opposite sides of the stem. … This alternate leaf pattern is common in plants and helps ensure all the leaves get sunlight. If you look at the edges of the leaves, you’ll see they have little ridges.
Its flowers are yellowish-green, often tinged with pink, and occur in loose clusters on stalks growing at intervals along the upper portion of the stem. Mother-of-millions flowers in Winter and reproduces by seed and by tiny plantlets that are produced at the tips of its fleshy (succulent) leaves.
Light and Temperature. This bright light loving plant enjoys a sunny spot but is sensitive to the full intensity of midday sun through the glass. If the plant experiences leggy growth with pale leaves and less marbling, give the plant more sunlight. However, protect the plant from direct, harsh sunlight.