Aeonium ‘kiwi’ | 26/100 Aeonium Kiwi Tricolor Dream Color Succulent Care Guide

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26/100 Aeonium Kiwi Tricolor Dream Color Succulent Care Guide


Hello, everyone! Welcome to desert succulent. And for today we’re going to be featuring aeoniu’m kiwi, it’s commonly known as the tri-color or the dream color in a succulent one of the most unique feature of this kind of succulent is the color it has this yellow in the center, and it gradually have these green leaves from the outside. And once you expose it to direct sunlight, you can achieve these kind of pinkish red tips along its leaf margin. This succulent is suitable for beginners. They don’t really require any special care except for frequent watering, especially during their growing season, which is during the cold months. Since these kind of succulents are dormant. During the summer season, they love Sandy and well draining soil as most of our succulents do and you can easily create your own or you can simply buy the standard potting mix that is readily available in the market. The more pumice stones you would be putting young soil. Mix would be better since it will be providing a better. Drainage sunlight is crucial for getting the leaves to develop this red or pink end. This is our result of me, exposing this succulent in my rooftop greenhouse, where this one is another example of our TV that is not receiving sufficient sunlight, although it has these red or pinkish margins, still its main rosette or in the middle of its reset. It’s not that yellow, it’s supposed to be color yellow ones. It is receiving sufficient sunlight and also the color of its leaves are darker As compared to this one. You will see the difference between a Kiwi that is receiving full sunlight versus these Kiwi that is not receiving sufficient sunlight. Nevertheless, both have offsets already. Ayan, make it a Nino! Even the offset of this one is already stressed on the other hand. The offset of the succulent is also color green. So here is another example, and the color of your kiwi would really depend on the amount of sunlight that you would be giving them. You need to be careful, though, because we don’t need to over, expose them to the sunlight. Just a couple of hours a day is okay. Remember that six hours of direct sunlight is the limit. If you are growing this succulent indoors, you also have to keep it in a sunny room. If you have grow lights, then you can also put them under grow lights. One of the problem you might experience when growing. This Kiwi is the heat or Jung in it, especially if you are located in the lowland areas, your plant will warn you. If there is something wrong, you would see some brown spots on the leaves. This one is a good example for that one. Early detection is always important because we are really trying to avoid them a sunburn, you know, Adding Manga Kiwi, especially that their leaves are thinner as compared to other succulents that are plump or very thick and can store a lot of water. So my kitten. The shape of your Kiwi could change if it doesn’t get enough sunlight and it could stretch out or your new Tina Tower. Nothing ethiolation in search of the sun. For example, your aluminum Kiwi is getting a bit too large for its container. Then we need to do our repotting. It will also help the plant to thrive and grow even bigger. The perfect time for Repotting is during the colder seasons here in the Philippines, like from October until February. Or if you live in, uh, four seasons in the country, you have to repot it during the fall or autumn season. Every time you handle your Kiwi, You have to be extra careful because the other leaves are extra sensitive. We need to water them regularly, but not too much. I water them once a week as compared to my other succulents now every two weeks because our Kiwi need to have this slightly moist soil. Once I have noticed a top layer. Then I immediately water it my water, my kiwi using the soaking dry method wherein I will just totally soak it, so it’s okay if you will be watering its leaves and its main reset is one way for you to get rid of the dust or any dirt That is NASA leaves just in case. Your Kiwi is extremely dehydrated. Then you can do the bottom watering wherein you will put the entire pot submerged in water so you can leave it overnight. Then the next day you will just simply remove it. Propagation wise is very easy to propagate this since it literally grow. It’s offset. Its branching out. You can easily cut it here. Then, Jaan. Then you already have a new propagated Kiwi. Oh, my good John. You really don’t need to be bothered you. Just wait for it to grow until it reaches the soil. Then from that, a new Kiwi would grow so happily, It will take years for your kiwi to produce a flower and usually it happens every summer, and the flower has a stunning yellow knot color. However, you also have to keep in mind that our Kiwis are monocarpic so Pakistan have nothing mono. This means that they will die. After flowering, you can always propagate as much stem cuttings as you can while it is still alive. Our Kiwi is not prone to diseases. You just need to watch out for root rot and this kind of succulent love moisture, but try to limit it as much as possible, and also they’re also prone for aphids and Mili bugs. So you have to watch out for those kind of pests. They are not toxic to both humans and pets and therefore, having them around your garden won’t be a problem and that’s all for our Kiwi care guide. Thank you guys for watching. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to our Youtube channel. You may also visit our Facebook page. A desert, succulent ph you?