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cubman007

Just starting out growing plants, I've seen some cool plants on my travels and am looking for some help to learn more about the plants I've seen

Kalanchoe

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cubman007

I moved recently and it didn't get much sunlight where I had it so it started to die. Can I trim the healthy part under the live node and plant that to have it continue to grow? It is still growing what appear to be roots from the node. They are red with a white tip. Are these indeed roots?

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cyndi

Thats def roots #succulents do this when "reaching" for what they need basically light moisture etc #aerialroots

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Doomsdoor

mine is starting to flower so just increase the light level and water if it's dehydrated

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cubman007

I was curious if anyone could help me identify this succulent and answer some care questions to help me save it.

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cyndi

This looks like a #kalanchoe of some sort not sure which one @KelsiBriana any ideas which

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cubman007

@cyndi Did you mean look through the "#kalanchoe" photos?

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cyndi

You can click on that tag or look through the encyclopedia on here under kalanchoe as well. i asked a friend above to see if she can help as well on this.

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cubman007

@cyndi I didn't know that, thank you. Upon going through the tag I think it may be a kalanchoe longiflora. Though I've have it about a year though and it has never bloomed or budded. It did start growing offshoots in the nodes of the older leaves, near the base. Unidentified most of those died before I could relocate it or take cuttings from it.

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cyndi

I wish you the very best on this plant and hope it thrives for you! It takes the right conditions to do so....bloom.. Enjoy using all the apps features if your not sure of how to use all the features just watch the tutorial video that you received in your first comments on your very first picture of joining GT.

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