Kalanchoe luciae 'Oricula' (Paddle Plant) Illustrated Print
An illustration of the fascinating Kalanchoe luciae plant, aka, the Paddle Plant. The 'Oricula' cultivar is particularly interesting with it's pink-tinged, spoon-shaped, fleshy leaves
This artwork includes information on the name origins of the plant. "Kalanchoe” comes from the Chinese word "Kalan Chau" which literally translates to "that which falls and grows" – because this plant reproduces asexually, and grows where it falls!
This drawing is a perfect addition to a succulent lover's art collection – and looks really eye-catching when placed inside a frame of your choice. Create a fun gallery wall by grouping a few of my individual plant species prints together for a pretty display.
Also available as part of my "Special Species" Postcard Pack