Kalanchoe pumila (Flower Dust Plant) - This low succulent shrub to 8 to 12 inches tall is from the rocky soils in the mountains of Madagascar. The entire plant is densely covered with 1 1/2 inch long rounded leaves that are toothed and covered with soft whitish waxy hairs which give the plant a frosted look. In late winter to early spring appear the clusters of erectly-held 1/4 inch long pink-violet flowers with conspicuous yellow anthers. Plant in sun or light shade with well-drained soil. It requires little water and is hardy down to about 25 degrees F. A great plant in a rock or succulent garden or in pots or hanging baskets.