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Kalanchoe beharensis is a dramatic, silver-felted, succulent with woody stems.
Kalanchoe luciae 'Variegata' is a spectacular form of the flapjack or paddle plant with grey-green, white and red leaves.
Kalanchoe marnieriana has blue-green, rounded, paddle-shaped leaves on vertical or leaning stems topped in summer by fiery red, bell-shaped flowers.
Kalanchoe rhombopilosa has stunning silver-white leaves with brown speckling.
Kalanchoe synsepala has green to grey-green, broadly serrated leaves with dark burgundy edges and stolons with little plantlets
Kalimeris incisa 'Blue Star' is a tough daisy relative with pale blue and yellow flowers all summer long.
Kalmia latifolia 'Minuet' has light pink buds that open to flowers bearing a bright cinnamon-maroon band.
Kalmia latifolia 'Sarah' offers the best red flowers of any mountain laurel. Bright red bud, coral pink flowers that do not fade.
Kalmia latifolia 'Tiddlywinks' is a small leaved selection with medium pink buds opening to soft-pink flowers.
Kniphofia rooperi is a late summer blooming red hot poker with large, red, egg-shaped flowers fading to yellow.
Kniphofia 'Gold Rush' is a red hot poker with bright yellow, tubular flowers on tall spikes with attractive, blue-green grass-like foliage.
Kniphofia 'High Roller' is a red hot poker with torches of tubular flowers in bi-colours of cream and coral-orange.
Kniphofia 'Jackpot' is a red hot poker with torches of tubular flowers in bi-colours of bright red-orange and golden orange.
Kniphofia Pyromania 'Hot and Cold' is a red hot poker with torches of tubular flowers in bi-colours of yellow and orange.
Kniphofia 'Rocket's Red Glare' is a red hot poker with torches of tubular flowers in bi-colours of bright red and yellow.
Kniphofia Pyromania 'Solar Flair' is a red hot poker with torches of tubular flowers in brilliant yellow.
Kniphofia 'Red Roulette' is a red hot poker with torches of tubular flowers in bi-colours of orange and red with very narrow foliage.
Kniphofia 'Tawny King' has large, dramatic, four foot tall spires of burnt orange, amber, and creamy yellow atop bronze stems.