Hi guys, it’s! Lynne, here. Hope you’re having an amazing day now. Guys, this is just a quick video to show you the different types of mother of thousands. Kalin, Chloe plants that you can get now. The this plant is commonly called the mother of thousands or mother of millions. It’s sometimes called both and you do get a few different types. This one is the more commonly seen one with the broader leaves, And this is Kalin, Chloe de Guerre Monte Anna. And it has the wider dot usually dark green leaves and the little babies grow all along the edges now. This is sort of a young one from my big meat mother plant. That’s in the polytunnel. This one hasn’t got any babies as yet, but he will start to form them along the leaves there, but there’s a say this is like wider leaves, pointy leaves at the end and usually like a dark green color and all the little plant nuts, form all around the edges. And then this one here is my. Colin Cowie, Choubey Flora and again another mother of thousands plants and this one is completely different in the leaf shape as you can see that has the border. This one has much more long, tubular shaped leaves, hence the name Choubey flora, but it has the little plant Las instead of having it all growing along the edges. It has it at the very ends, and I’ll just show that this one is just starting to form little plant. That’s on the end there. I have a much bigger one in the polytunnel, but this one is also the baby from man. It’s just starting to form little tiny plantlets on the very, very tip of the tubular shape leaves, so this grows them on that on the ends. The flowers are also it’s sort of slightly different. Sometimes you get more peachy color flowers. Sometimes they more orange. Sometimes they’re even purple. This one here has purple flowers, and this one has like an orangey coal color flower. And if you haven’t seen the flowers on these beauties, what they look like, then please do check. I have the mother of the plant. Obviously, the poly tone that flowered for me last year, the most beautiful two-bit up, so the most beautiful bell-shaped lilac color blooms and links up above to the video of that beauty in flower. And you’ll see what these look like when they’re flowering, They’re gorgeous as I say, this one has beautiful orange colored flowers as well the to be flora. That is is lovely, and this is another form of Colin Cowie, mother, Thysen that this is actually a cross between the de Clermont Tiana and the to be Flora and this is a hybrid between the two. Now as you can see here. The leaves are dark, green and obviously wider than the to be flora, but not as wide as a de guerre man. Degra man. Tiana, and they leaves out. She’s had a more sort of jagged as well and they’re obviously very sharper, sharper looking and this as you can see, these do grow the babies all along the edges as well. Unlike the to be flora, wet, just grows it right at the very tip and a different leaf arrangements entirely as well and this does have lovely, lovely, orangey colored flowers. Now this beauty’s two beautiful cross hybrid mother of thousand plants. Were actually gifted to me by our very wonderful, beautiful friend. Olga, from Olga’s Dreamlands. So thank you, Olga. As you can see, they get loads of sunshine here in a south facing window and they’re thriving. They’re growing so well and guys, if you’re not familiar with Olga, please do go over and subscribe to Olga’s dreamland. She has a fantastic channel where she has some beautiful cacti succulents and many other plants, too, and she lives in Greece, so do check her out guys and links up above and their successors. I just wanted to show you. The different types now Kalanchoe, a mother of thousands that the different types there are actually more hybrids again. There’s one that has pink little babies and the pink babies actually don’t survive when they fall off. They actually lack the chlorophyll that the mother plants has, and the back can be good. If you don’t want them growing ever because I do fall off and grow absolutely everywhere, I’m forever forever, weeding them out the pots, and it is quite funny because they do seem to end up everywhere. I even found them at the back of the radiators with no soil and they’ve been there probably for months and they’re still growing. It’s unbelievable now. They’re part of the plant’s family called Rio phylum and briault phylum means that their form plantlets on the edges of their leaves now is in the case of the mother of thousands plants. They form the plantlets while the leaves are already on there on the mother plant they. If the leaf falls off, they’ll also form plant nuts around, but usually see them growing actually on the mother plant when it is in leaf houses in the case with here and Ill to show you this earth path. What makes abrió phylum a succulent is that this is under the bio phylum here? This is called. Colin Cowie, Mom, Marie Auner. I think it’s my Mariana. It has lovely, big round sort of scalloped fleshy leaves, and this is also it’s sometimes nicknamed a mother flowers. Bees not strictly mother of thousands because it does not have any of the plants growing along the edges of the leaves, but what makes it? Breo phylum and what these plants all have in common with each other. Although this one, the Mariana does not grow them on the edges of the leaves, even leaf accidentally gets damaged or leaf happens to fall off as in this case here. This is a leaf actually naturally fell off in the pot. It forms plantlets not at the base, which is normal for succulent leaves, but actually all around the edges and this does happen. Funny enough. Obviously, everyone knows when it comes to propagating succulents. You pick a leaf off and it will obviously start to send out roots, and and you get a new little planet from it. But in this case, the plant does form on the edges of the leaves rather than from forming roots first and that it only happens with this type of Colin Cowie. Mary Mara, Mariana. I think that’s that’s how it’s pronounced. It only happens with this woman that when the leaf even gets damaged on the mother plant or off the mother plants. If it falls off your form like a plant, that’s going around the edges or if it’s still on the mother plant and I happen to know them going to. If I have entities sort of damage this there could have the leaf would just callous over while it’s still on the mother plant, but it’ll for me the plant that’s going all around, it’s quite remarkable, and as I say, that’s why these plants would bryophyte them. They have the capacity to Pública plantlets while they’re they’re still on in in leaf, and if the leaf falls off, so it is a little bit of information for you on the common mother of thousands plant. I personally love these plants. Some people hate them because they’re like a weed and I have to always. I’m always waiting them out. I have to say, but I love them. I think they’re wacky, and I love the different varieties of them, and as I say, some links up above, Do check it out to a couple of these of in my collection that I have had flowering and also how to propagate the mother of thousands plant. I’ll show you all the stages with my big mother plant. That’s in the polytunnel now when I took look at the plant that’s off and I’ve potted him up over there forth over the foot there a few weeks you have in a few months and they formed into big plants and I potted them on and gave them all away, gave lots of charity shops and also a lots of friends and family so guys, they’re great fun plants to grow and a wonderful addition to a many ones cacti and succulents and collection and lovely, Sunny day today. It’s actually feels like spring already, which is great, not too long, not too far away now. I do show what else we’ve got in flag at the cloud danger, which is coming into beautiful blue mists and the sunny weathers really making a difference. Guys so guys. I want to send you loads of love. Heaps, a happiness and tons and tons of plant power as always for northern islands until the next video guys .