Crazy Keiki Cloning Paste 7ml Southside Plants
Add some Crazy to your Plants!
- Want to enjoy additional flowers on your orchid? Apply some paste to the nodes higher up on the flower spike to encourage more blooms.
- Encourage your carnivorous nepenthes to clone itself by applying some paste to basal nodes at the base of the plant.
- Push a dying and defoliated croton out of it’s tantrum by putting Keiki Paste on some dormant woody nodes.
- Fill out some leggy plants by adding paste to nodes in between leaves and branches.
We showcase a lot of our Customers Keiki Paste experiments on our Instagram. We also write new tutorials each month! Here are a bunch to get started!
- Crassula marginalis rubra ‘Variegata’
- Green Ti Plant
- Inch Plant
- Monstera Adansonii
- Peperomia verticillata
- Peperomia obtusifolia
- Prayer Plant
- Dwarf Umbrella Tree
- String of hearts
- Succulent: String of Buttons
- String of hearts
- Usually, you start seeing noticeable changes in your plant within 2 weeks. However, depending on the health of your plant, how woody the stem is, the node etc it can take longer, up to 6 weeks to see changes.
- Growing a Keiki takes energy and you don’t want to overload a tiny plant with dozens of keiks! For an orchid, limit yourself to two or three nodes.
I want to get more FLOWERS on my orchid. Where should I apply keiki paste? If you want an additional flower spike, pick a node closer to the flower to apply keiki paste.
I want more ORCHIDS on my orchid. Where should I apply Keiki Paste? Select a node closer to the base of the plant along the flower spike to increase your chance of a Keiki.
My dog licked my plant with Keiki Paste. Will they get sick from Keiki Paste? No. The yellow paste in Keiki Paste is Lanolin which is a waxy substance that comes out of Sheep wool and is used in some skin care applications. Lanolin has a mild smell that is attractive to some curious pooches but they won’t be harmed from a curious lick.