Kalanchoe laetivirens ( it is called "Mãe de Milhares" here, or "Mother of Thousands").
It is a succulent of easy cultivation and easy multiplication. At the edges of the leaves, it produces a large number of seedlings, which can grow about 4 small leaves and even some small roots. Gradually, these seedlings are loosening and falling to the earth, where they take root and continue their full development. It is originally from Africa, grows very well in full sun, but is also adaptable in half shade under small canopy trees. It has good development in pots and gardens. Summer watering can be done once a week and once every 15 days in winter.
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