Just a week ago, I reported my yellow kalanchoe was now white. Now one of the two new ones I bought in January is doing its thing. Ninety percent of the blooms on the kalanchoe shown above are yellow with subtle coral-colored eyes. The other ten percent are blotchy or striped with a deeper coral color that is distinctly delineated from the yellow.
I don't know what causes something like this, but I like it. It will be interesting to see what it does when the next bloom period comes around. I wonder if this section of the plant will be odd like this again, or whether it will be just like the rest. Maybe the whole thing will turn white.
Those houseplants...they're like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get.