Aeonium kiwi is a stunning tri-color succulent. It grows spoon-shaped leaves that form breathtaking rosettes. Tracing its origins is almost impossible. However, it is widely suspected that aeonium kiwi is aeonium haworthii’s hybrid. Therefore, we can say that this succulent is probably from the Canary Islands.
Succulent lovers often have aeonium kiwi in their gardens or planters. It is suitable for beginners who are just starting to grow their collection. Aeonium kiwi has a yellow center, with gradually green leaves. Reddish or pink tips form in direct sunlight.
Just like most aeoniums, this particular plant goes dormant in summer. There is no need to water it unless the temperatures outside are super high. This succulent grows in winter and spring, but even then, you only have to water it once or twice a week.
Regardless of where you plan on growing your aeonium kiwi, it is useful to know that this plant is safe for pets. It is not toxic, so your furry friends can play near this succulent!