i have two in one pot, and they're growing very well

by Lisa
(San Francisco, CA)




Both hearty and healthy seemingly.
One of them is starting to sprout thin white string-type growths off the leaves underneath. I'm wondering what types these are, and what the growths might be?


Drought Smart Plants reply:

Hi Lisa, what you have (you lucky thing!) is Aeonium haworthia 'Kiwi', one of my favorite plants of all time. You can see a picture on this page Growing at the Pixie Restaurant and more about it here: 3 Succulent Cuttings. For more on how to care for it see the page on Aeonium.

As for the white string like growths, could they be aerial roots? Without a picture I dare not tell you for sure, but that's most likely what they are.

Happy Growing!
Jacki

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