Aeonium Kiwi Care
The Aeonium Kiwi is an utterly gorgeous and unique tri-colour succulent. Its spoon-shaped leaves form stunning green coloured rosettes with a hint of yellow at the centre. And with the right amount of sunlight, its tips and edges turn pink. While the origin of Aeonium is unknown, it is guessed to have originated from the Canary Islands.
Soil for your Aeonium should be slightly acidic or neutral in pH. Mixing regular potting soil with sand, gravel, and perlite or a well-draining succulent and cactus mix is an excellent choice for these succulents.
Aeoniums don’t require fertilisers to thrive, but including them will benefit its health. Fertilise using a balanced, liquid fertiliser diluted to half-strength, approximately once a month in the growing seasons. Do not fertilise when dormant.
Your Aeonium Kiwi is non-toxic and hence safe for spaces with pets and children.
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