Aeonium Kiwi

Aeonium Kiwi


Plant Type: Succulent
Family: Crassulaceae
Sun Exposure: Full to partial
Watering: Moderate to light
Colors: Green, yellow
Size: 1-3 feet in
Hardiness Zones: 9-11
Soil Type: Well-draining
Soil pH: Slightly acidic to neutral
Propagation: Cuttings, offsets and seeds
Toxicity: non toxic

Discover the vibrant Aeonium Kiwi, an eye-catching succulent that adds a pop of color to any collection. In this guide, learn essential care tips and propagation methods to keep your Kiwi thriving and multiplying.

How to Care for the Aeonium Kiwi

Aeonium Kiwi is a beautiful and easy-to-grow succulent known for its vibrant, tri-colored rosettes. To keep your Aeonium Kiwi healthy and thriving, follow these essential care guidelines.


Aeonium Kiwi requires moderate to light watering. During the growing season (spring and summer), water the plant thoroughly only when the soil has completely dried out. Reduce the watering frequency during the dormant season (fall and winter) to prevent root rot. Overwatering can be detrimental to this succulent, so always err on the side of caution.

Where to Plant

Select a location with full to partial sunlight for your Aeonium Kiwi. It can tolerate shade, but bright light is necessary for the plant to maintain its vibrant colors. When grown indoors, place your plant near a bright window that receives filtered sunlight.

Kiwi thrives in well-draining soil with a slightly acidic to neutral pH. A mixture of cactus or succulent soil with perlite or coarse sand works well. Plant it in a pot with drainage holes to prevent waterlogging.


Care for Aeonium Kiwi by providing moderate to light watering, well-draining soil, and bright light. Water thoroughly only when soil is dry, and plant in a location with full to partial sunlight or near a bright window indoors.

How to Propagate Aeonium Kiwi

Aeonium Kiwi

There are three main methods for propagating Aeonium Kiwi: cuttings, offsets, and seeds.


The easiest method is through stem cuttings. Cut a healthy stem with a sharp, sterile knife, and let the cutting dry for a few days to form a callus. Once the callus has formed, place the cutting in a well-draining soil mix, and water sparingly until it establishes roots.


Kiwi produces offsets or small plantlets that grow around the base of the mother plant. Gently remove these offsets with a clean, sharp knife or by hand. Allow the offsets to dry and callus for a few days, then plant them in well-draining soil. Water sparingly until the offsets establish roots.


Propagating Aeonium Kiwi from seeds is more challenging and time-consuming but can be a rewarding experience. Sow the seeds in a well-draining soil mix and keep them moist but not waterlogged. Place the container in a warm, bright location, and cover it with a plastic bag to maintain humidity. Germination typically occurs within 2-4 weeks. Once seedlings have emerged and developed a few true leaves, transplant them into individual pots.

Fertilizing Your Aeonium Kiwi

Kiwi benefits from occasional fertilization during the growing season. Use a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer diluted to half strength every 4-6 weeks from spring to early fall. Avoid fertilizing during the plant’s dormant period.

Common Pests and Diseases

Kiwi may encounter pests like mealybugs, aphids, or spider mites. Treat infestations with insecticidal soap or neem oil. Overwatering can lead to root rot, so ensure proper watering practices and well-draining soil to prevent this issue.


Propagate Aeonium Kiwi through stem cuttings, offsets, or seeds. Let cuttings and offsets callus before planting in well-draining soil. Sow seeds in moist soil, maintain humidity, and transplant seedlings. Fertilize every 4-6 weeks during growing season. Watch for pests like mealybugs, aphids, or spider mites, and avoid overwatering to prevent root rot.

Where to Buy

You can buy Aenoium Kiwi at Mountain Crest Gardens

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