skopjecollection said:Slightly etiolated, but otherwise healthy.
Place somewhere lighter.
skopjecollection said:Its not at the window though. Placing near the edges of a window is not really enough
needrain said:You have a type of Kalanchoe there. This type is a monocarpic plant. A couple of commons names for them are 'Flapjacks' and 'Paddle Plant'. Any chance it bloomed on the mother plant? Or maybe attempted to bloom and didn't make it? I have one I believe is Kalanchoe luciae and when it bloomed the mother plant gradually died after blooming and the offsets grew. I'll attach a photo of the offsets growing after the death of the main plant.
Yes looks like this is what's happening the larger mother plant is slowly dying away.
I don't think the mother plant should be dying unless it is due to a bloom or perhaps a failed attempt at bloom. Did you notice any signs of it trying to bloom? The bloom stalk on mine ultimately reached over 8' in height and because I thought that was the end of it, I cut the top half off so I could move it outdoors more easily the next year. The bottom half of the stalk continued to live and produce some blooms and little plantlets (for lack of a better word). The result was it took two seasons before the stalk and the mother plant died. Here's a photo from the 1st year of the bloom stalk when it was still growing to its final height.
And here's one from the next year after it had been chopped off.
And one of a container where I'd removed some of the little plantlets to see if they would root and make new plants. They did and were given away.
My point here is that unless you are sure the mother plant is dying due the bloom cycle, then there may be another issue. If you are not sure, with all those increases you might want to consider taking a couple and rooting them to have in case there is another problem going on.