The Lovely Houseplant ‘Kleinia Fulgens’

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Kleinia Fulgens is a shrub-like perennial that blossoms reddish-orange flowers. This succulent is an excellent addition to a garden all year round, except in freezing or frosty temperatures. For the most part, Kleinia Fulgens succulents are not demanding plants and require minimal care. Although, there are a few care specifications that owners should know about. Read on to discover more about Kleinia Fulgens and how you can raise a healthy home.

Origin And Description

Originating from Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and the Republic of South Africa, Kleinia Fulgens is known to grow in areas with cracks and cliffs. They’re often seen growing off the cliff as if hanging down. These succulents are pretty vibrant and can be noticed from a distance away.

Kleinia Fulgens can appear to have either green or greyish-blue-toned stems and leaves. The stems of this succulent grow straight up, while the leaves remain between the base and the middle of the plant. However, as mentioned, the stems can begin to curve to the side and hang down as the plant grows taller. In addition, Kleinia Fulgens blooms beautiful reddish-orange flowers, which contain pollen – this tends to attract butterflies, bees, etc., to the succulent.

Kleinia Fulgens Care

Kleinia Fulgens is one of the much simpler succulents to own. It doesn’t require much attention or care; however, we’ve provided you with a simple guide with the little bit it does need. From how much water they need to how to repot and fertilize these succulents, you can discover that all here. Additionally, this article will help explain how to propagate a Kleinia Fulgens from home. Read on to learn more about what care your Kleinia Fulgens needs and how easily it can be done from home.

#1. Sunlight

Kleinia Fulgens should be planted in an area where it receives partial shade and partial sun. This succulent loves the bright, natural sun; however, it can benefit quite a bit from being placed in the shade. More specifically, this plant could be placed in full sun for a few hours and then in partial shade for the remainder of the day.

#2. Temperature

Kleinia Fulgens isn’t too picky when it comes to safe temperatures; however, as with any succulent, frosty temperatures can eventually cause harm to it. Given that, the lowest possible temperature this plant can be exposed to is 23 degrees Fahrenheit, while the highest temperature is 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Although, it can withstand hotter temperatures as well.

#3. Water

Kleinia Fulgens is unique when it comes to its watering requirements. While they benefit from and need watering, it is essential to allow the soil to dry out mainly before watering. In the summer, it’s essential not to allow the soil to remain too wet for long periods, while, in the winter months, the succulent only needs to be watered once a month. Additionally, watering can be withheld on rainy days due to the rainwater helping the plant.

#4. Fertilizer

Fertilization tends to help Kleinia Fulgens grow stronger and healthier when provided appropriately. For this succulent, fertilization should be conducted monthly, starting in spring and ending before fall. When purchasing the right fertilizer, ensure it is a 2-7-7 liquid fertilizer for succulents.

#5. Repotting

Kleinia Fulgens typically only need to be repotted if they’ve grown too big or damaged. If the plant has grown too big for its pot, you may start to see the roots showing through the drainage holes in the pot. To repot this succulent, determine which size pot is appropriate, and use well-draining cactus soil. Repotting is recommended to be done during the evening.

#6. Soil

The best soil for Kleinia Fulgens is a well-draining cactus; however, a mild acidic or alkaline soil will also be acceptable. Other alternatives to use are clay soils or sandy soils, as long as they’re coarse.

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Kleinia Fulgens succulents are quite simple to propagate. They can be propagated using pre-purchased seedlings or cutting the parent plant leaves or stems. Regardless of the chosen technique, you can double or even triple your Kleinia Fulgens collection from home. Below you’ll see a summary of how each technique can be efficiently conducted. Check out how easy it is to propagate this unique succulent.

Seed Propagation

Propagation through seeds takes much longer than the alternative technique due to the seeds needing to germinate first; however, it will still work if you choose this route. To propagate with Kleinia Fulgens seeds, you’ll need to purchase the seeds – they can usually be purchased online. Next, you’ll need a draining pot and suitable soil (refer to Soil for more information). Fill the pot about halfway with the soil and place the seeds in the soil. Water and keep an eye on it, ensuring it doesn’t dry out.

Stem Or Leaf Cutting Propagation

Propagation using stem or leaf cuttings of the Kleinia Fulgens parent plant is much quicker and easier. If the leaves or stems are healthy and mostly grown, carefully cut the desired ones off with gardening shears. Rinse or wipe them clean and allow them to dry for 2 or 3 days. Once they’ve had time to callous, plant them in the cactus soil in a well-draining pot. Place the pot in a well-lit area that can be exposed to natural sunlight and water it accordingly.

Read More: How To Trim/ Prune Succulents Successfully

Final Words

As you’ve discovered in this article, Kleinia Fulgens is a perfect, simple succulent to own and raise. Not to mention, they’re affordable as well. Hopefully, this read has provided you with enough information and answered any questions you may have had. If you’re interested in purchasing a Kleinia Fulgens, refer to this guide to ensure you provide the best care possible for your plant.

Succulent City chief editor


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