Plant ID forum: Identify a plant

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Name: Lisa Seymour
(Zone 6a)
Jul 19, 2016 1:08 PM CST
I have a photo of a plant that my son would like to have identified. It is sending out what appears to be red tendrils at its base.
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Name: Tiffany
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Jul 20, 2016 10:18 AM CST
Looks like a Kalanchoe. Compare to K. orgyalis. The red things are aerial roots.
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Name: Lin
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Jul 20, 2016 11:30 AM CST
Can you show a photo of the entire plant from a little distance? Does it have a trailing growth habit? My first thought was that the stems and leaves reminded me a bit of Hoya nummularioides. This is an old photo of a plant I used to have a few years ago; leaves are covered with hard water spots.
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