[Bryophyllum Pinnatum Lam. illustration] Family Crassulacae
Latin name: Bryophyllum Pinnatum Lam.

A succulent with basal rosette. Leaves are fleshy and alternate, coarsely toothed but rounded, edges of leaves are purple. Flowers occur in corymb/raceme and are bell-like and pendulous. Flower has four fused sepils with pointed tips; four fused petals are red and pointed at tip and green at base. Eight stamens with green filaments and purpler anthers; four pistils stuck very close together are much shorter than stamen. Stem is purple with green flecks, slightly woody, grows about 1 m tall. Growth habit similar to Plant 9 .

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