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|Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture|
Kalanchoe glaucescens, Brit. St. glabrous, terete, 2 ft. or more, sometimes with long ascending pubescent branches which are nearly leafless below: lower lvs. narrow-ovate, obtuse and irregularly crenate, 5 in. long, narrowed to clasping petioles: infl. glaucous, being a di or trichotomous panicle; fls. red or dark yellow, sometimes on few-fld. peduncles from the upper nodes; calyx-lobes lanceolate, acute or nearly so, short; corolla-tube ½ in. long, bearing short narrow-ovate acute segms. Trop. Afr.
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