Want an eye-catching but low-maintenance beauty to accent your home? Check out our Aeonium kiwi, a succulent with variegated leaves of deep green and yellow. Their origin remains an enigma for plant enthusiasts. Some believe that they’re a hybrid of other Aeonium species from the Canary Islands.They can change the color of their crowns depending on the amount of sunlight they get. Their spoon-shaped leaves grow from a rosette base. What’s more, they grow bell-shaped flowers in winter.
Our succulent kiwi plants come in two sizes — (2”), Product Size : 8 Oz and (4”), Product Size : 15 Oz — and will arrive in a nursery pot.
Succulent Kiwi enjoys porous and well draining, sandy soil. It does best in areas with partial sun during the day.
Despite being succulent, the succulent kiwi plant dislikes extremely hot temperatures. In the summer this succulent goes dormant, so be sure not to overwater.
Taking care of the succulent kiwi will improve the oxygen levels in your space. When placed on desks, these plants can even improve mental wellness and focus.
LOOKING AFTER THE PLANT
Place your succulent kiwi where it can receive plenty of indirect sunlight to keep its leaves vibrant. However, keep it away from direct sunlight as its leaves easily burn. 65-77℉ is ideal for the plant, but it can handle cooler temperatures as long as it doesn’t exceed 20℉.Its roots are shallow so you have to water it sparsely by frequently. Make sure not to overwater your plant as it will cause root rot. Make sure to place your succulent in well-draining soil, and repot your plant every few years, especially when it has outgrown its pot.
PLANT CARE WITH PETS AND CHILDREN
The succulent kiwi plant is non-toxic to pets and humans.