Persian Shield is a fav foliage plant. Most people grow it for the purple and silver leaves. Sometimes in late winter it blooms in the greenhouse, blue cone-shaped blossoms. I see no signs of them. Yet.
Note the little clover-like blooms.
Somebody, I forgot who, mentioned that their Kalanchoe plant was not doing so well. I start anew every fall with little cuttings. They do well. Old plants tend to get leggy and the stems get corky.
I like them so well I stuck a few more rosettes of leaves.
I vowed to have more than just white and then failed to buy Kalanchoe in colors last summer. What seems like a great idea in winter sometimes pales in the heat of summer. Maybe this year.