Though it blooms mostly outside. The flowers of this plant are the most interesting part, being the plantlets(baby plants) appearing on the tips of large leaves.
So many little babies on this mother plant. You can see that some of the plantlets have already rooted into the pot. I’ll plant the ones on my palm in other big pots until I find suitable pots. Bryophyllum Daigremontianum.
This marvellous species is also known as Devil’s Backbone, a succulent(related to the jade plant) native to an island home to a large number of interesting species, Madagascar.