Kalanchoe serrata – This Kalanchoe is easily confused for and lumped together with Kalanchoe daigremontiana, as the shape of leaves and the striping is very similar. This species has smaller leaves however, and leaves are born with less space between them. The edges of the leaves of K. serrata are more tooth-like than in K. daigremontiana. Both species can grow quite tall. There is a form of this species in cultivation that has pink plants, but lacking chlorophyll these plants rarely if ever survive. Propagation is by stem cuttings of the mother plant.