Aeonium kiwi

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Aeonium kiwi

Aeonium kiwi

Regular price $7.00
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Product Description

Echeveria, Aloe, Aeonium, Haworthia, and hundreds of other varieties of succulents offer a wide range of colors, shapes, textures and sizes that will add stunning variety to your potted plants.   

Product Details
  • Light – Bright light
  • Water – Water when 50% of soil is dry  
  • Difficulty – Beginners
  • Pet Friendly – Toxic 
Size Chart

Grow pot plant sizes: small [4” ], medium [6”], large [8”], extra-large [10”] – All these are diameter measurements

Corresponding pot measurements: small [5-6” pot], medium [7-8” pot], large [9-11” pot], extra large [11-13” pot]

Plant Care

COMMON NAMES: Aeonium, Agave, Aloe, Crassula, Echeveria, Euphorbia, Haworthia, Sedum

ORIGIN: Semi-desert regions of Mexico, Central America, South America

GOOD FOR: Beginner plant parents

LIGHT: Bright light

WINDOW PREFERENCE: South or west-facing windows

WATER: Water thoroughly once the top ½ of the soil is dry. The preferred method of watering succulents, in order to keep water from their delicate leaves, is to sit the pot in 2 inches of water and let the soil soak up the water until the top becomes moist. Do not let the roots sit in water, longer than it takes to moisten the soil mixture. If watering with a can, be careful not to wet the leaves or stems, as this can cause discoloration or rotting.  In lower light conditions, or in the winter months when not actively growing, you can wait for the soil to dry out completely before watering again.

HUMIDITY: Regular household humidity

TEMPERATURE: 65-75 degrees is preferred. Keep away from drafts and heat vents.

SOIL / REPOTTING:  Well-draining, cactus soil mix. You can also add 1-part coarse sand or perlite to a commercial soil mixture to allow for sufficient drainage.  Succulents are slow growing and prefer to be root bound. Small, younger plants can be repotted every year. More mature plants may only need to be repotted every other year. Let the soil dry out completely, then gently remove from the current pot. Knock away soil from the roots, and place in a new pot, 1 size larger. Make sure to spread out the roots then add soil. Allow the plant to rest for a week before giving any water.

PLANT FOOD: In spring and summer, feed once a month. We recommend using Joyful Dirt Succulent Plant Food. Stop feeding in fall and winter due to slower growth and dormancy.

PRUNING: Prune away dead leaves or flower, to prevent rot or disease from taking over.    

PESTS: Mealy bugs are possible infestations to look out for. 

TOXICITY: Toxic

ANGRY PLANT PROBLEMS: Mushy stem or leaves rotting and turning black or yellow - overwatering.  Let the soil dry out between waterings, then water thoroughly. Dry or puckering leaves - underwatering. Because succulents are drought tolerant, it is easy to neglect. Make sure to get into a regular watering schedule to ensure sufficient watering.   Brown tip leaves - sunburned and may need to move to a location where they get more shade during the hottest parts of the day.

Please Note

Orders can be scheduled for pickup at Nan's Rustic Kitchen and Market in Stow, MA during checkout. We are not able to ship live plants at this time.

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