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Kalanchoe Luciae 'Oricula'. Paddle Plant.
The Kalanchoe Luciae 'Oricula' is a very beautiful but strange looking evergreen succulent. Fasinating leaves are paddle and spoon shaped growing in upright rosettes, gradually reaching a height of around 2ft tall. Usually grey-green to yellowish-green in colour with red margins they can turn completely vibrant red in high levels of sunlight. Easy to grow it makes a very unique and pretty houseplant in the UK given plenty of light. They can stand outside through summer but best kept frost free. 


Photos 1-4 show some of the actual plants in stock now 2023. These plants are exceptional quality coming from a specialist grower.

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SKU: KalanchoeLOricula-7
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  • Latin Name: Kalanchoe Luciae 'Oricula'.

    Common Name: Paddle Plant.
    Native to: South Africa. Zimbabwe. Mozambique.
    Hardiness: Hardy to around -2 degrees but better kept frost free. Can be put out through Summer but brought in through Winter
    Growth: Evergreen succulent. Upright paddle and spoon shaped leaves growing in rosettes. Usually grey-green to yellowish-green with red margins but in high light levels leaves become a vibrant red colour all over. Ideal houseplant. Easy to care for. Can survive neglect.
    Sunlight: Bright light with some direct sun.
    Exposure: Sheltered.
    Soil: Well drained.

    Moisture: Water regularly through the growing season. Allow to dry between waterings. Sparingly in winter, only when the leavess start to shrivel. Do not let sit in water. Do not mist.

    Feeding: Feed monthly during growing season with a balanced liquid feed

  • Available For Delivery Now 2023.


    All palms have been imported with phytosanitary certificates from top quality growers.

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