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|Kalanchoe orgyalis, native to Madagascar, forms a subshrub with coppery felted leaves, which become more intensely coppery in bright light. In time, lower leaves fade to silver, creating a nice contrast with the newer coppery leaves. Yellow flowers in late winter to early spring. Porous soil with ample airflow. Bright light to morning sun. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost.|