Monday, August 9, 2010

Happy Cactus Monday......What is this?

I bet a lot of you will know what it is! But.......I will let you know later tonight or tomorrow! hee hee! These are growing wild at my Mother in law's house in Southern California. Here's a hint. Each of those little bumps is a tiny baby plant. Take a guess!

May our friend Judy Butler has peaceful travels to the light.

7 comments:

Margaret Ann said...

Beautiful photo...Hugs to you this day...:)

Julie said...

Well, Candy...it must be some sort of Kalenchoe! At first I thought it was a giraffe's neck! LOLOL! This is a great close up and a lot of fun!!!

Just want to tell you that I also love summer in California...but here...it is soooooo muggy and stifling!!! I want to come and live there near San Diego! My dream come true wish!!!

Happy Cactus Monday to ya!!!

Julie

Teri C said...

I know I have seen this plant before but can't think of the name. Darn it.

A sad ❤HCM❤ with the loss of Judy.

Mandy said...

I'm with Julie, it's got to be a Kalanchoe...and it's one I don't have! Very cool shot too!!

Kathiesbirds said...

I have seen this cactus or succulent before but I do not know its name. Thank you for all your visits to my blog.

Evelyn said...

HCM Candy. I have no idea but I am seeing that others are guessing that it's a Kalanchoe... now, I think I've seen one which is similar to this at my Moms...

Have a nice week.

Claude said...

Well, everybody is saying kolanchoe... and they're kinda right. They would have been righter 25 years ago though... It's one of the Bryopyllum species, and they used to be classified as Kolanchoe. Common names are "Alligator plant, mother of thousands, mother of millions, pregnant plant and maternity plant" among others. And a lot of people still just call it Kalanchoe...