@crabby58 the names are pretty much slapped randomly onto any of the kalanchoes that produce plantlets on the edges of the leaves, and if you try to look it up online then you'll find lots of contradicting info on which is which. Most frequently Kalanchoe laetivirens is referred to as mother of thousands and Kalanchoe daigremontiana as mother of millions (btw I'm sending you some of both), but it's best not to hang your hat on either of those common names!
@beatnikcrab I was helping my brother get some water lettuce for his pond(It grows crazy in our canals) and found these growing on the canal bank. It's crazy but this is the second type of Kalanchoe I have found growing wild around here. The other is Kalanchoe Pinnata😀
Wow, awesome finds!! Free plants are the best plants! Iirc one of my plant friends in FL told me once that one of the plantlet-producing kalanchoes is actually classified as an invasive species in the state. I guess it's the perfect environment for them to self-propgate and take over! So you're actually doing an ecological service by collecting and containing them! 👏👏👏😁