So Easy to Reproduce. Lay leaves on soil and water, keeping moist...Within a few weeks you will have plants growing off of the leaves.
1 Well Rooted Plant Approximate 4 to 6 inches Tall
"Spreading Love One Leaf At A Time"
How did the Love Leaf get its name? There is a Caribbean legend that says many years ago, a maiden fell in love with a young man who had come from another island but then had to return to his home. One day she came upon a leaf that had fallen in the tropical forest and while thinking of him she gently carved their initials into the leaf. She brought the leaf home and placed it next to her on a mound of soil. As she slept and dreamed of her love, the leaf mysteriously began to sprout. As it grew into a beautiful lush plant so did her love for him and it gave her much pleasure. Believing the plant was magical, she wished for her lovers return. Little did she know that as her plant grew so did his love for her and he returned to her only to live happily ever after.
Simply lay this leaf on top of moistened soil and it will sprout babies along the edges. Babies can be cut off the leaf and planted in soil. This plant produces many offspring. Full sun to part shade
Kalanchoe pinnata (syn. Bryophyllum calycinum, Bryophyllum pinnatum, also known as the Air Plant, Life Plant, Miracle Leaf and the Goethe Plant) is a succulent plant native to Madagascar. It is distinctive for the profusion of miniature plantlets that form on the margins of its leaves, a trait it has in common with the other members of the Bryophyllum section of the Kalanchoe genus.