Shrubby succulent best known for their fleshy silver-green foliage shaped like teaspoons. Kalanchoe hildebrandtii grows about 3 feet tall, and has multiple well-branched stems. The stems are woody, and the flowers are bell-shaped and small. Its native to southern and south western Madagascar. There it grows on rocky soil, usually on the fertile soil between these rocks. This soil is typically rich in organic matter from decomposed vegetative matter caught in the rocks. It is often confused with Kalanchoe bracteata, but can be differentiated by its flowers. K. bracteata has brilliant red flowers, where K. hildebrandtii has flowers that range in color from white, to yellow to pale green.
Silver Teaspoon Kalanchoe (Kalanchoe hildebrandtii)