Kalanchoe Fedtschenkoi Marginata “Aurora Borealis”. The name of this plant is a real mouthful. The scalloped purple leaves of the Fedtschenkoi take on bright ivory, cream, colored edges. These cream edges cast a soft pink band when exposed to higher light. Aurora Borealis produces gorgeous winter blooms of dangling pink flowers. The cultivar is native to Madagascar and the name ‘Fedtschenkoi’ honors either Olga Fedtschenko, a Russian botanist, or her son Boris. Growing to 10” high as a low growing succulent shrub, this variety does well near walkways, or where some soft height is desired. We have been collecting mother plants of this variegated variety for a number of years now and are excited to finally be able to offer it for sale.