Haworthia is a genus of dwarf succulents closely related to Aloe and Gasteria. This genus is generally native to the Western and Eastern Capes of South Africa.
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These special Haworthia cymbiformis have strong white variegation, which contrasts strongly with the normal green colouration of the plant.
This particular Haworthia truncata 'Hokusai' is 'Aurea' variegated, meaning the majority of the plant is variegated, with very little chlorophyll.
This is a complex hybrid, produced by Yu Hanai. Related to Haworthia wimii. It has attractive minimalistic, milky-white leaf windows, with small spines.
This is a complex hybrid, produced by crossing plants related to Haworthia wimii. It has attractive white leaf windows covered in long, hairy spines.
This is a complex hybrid, produced by crossing plants related to Haworthia splendens, and involves genetics from the popular cultivar 'Black Knight'.
'Sterling Star' is a highly attractive cultivar originally created by Gerhard Marx. It has rough leaf windows with bumps that become whiter with age.
This complex Haworthia hybrid has dark leaf colouration and rough leaf windows with white spots. The seed parent of this hybrid is Haworthia 'Mordor'.
This Haworthia complex hybrid is a general pink colouration, with spines covering the entire plant, even the bottom of its leaves.
This Haworthia has glossy and bumpy leaf windows, with the shape and growth form of Haworthia badia, and colouration and leaf texture of H. splendens.
This Haworthia hybrid has rough and frosty leaf windows with cloudy white lines.
This complex Haworthia hybrid sports extremely rough leaf windows covered in white spines. It has a general pink colouration if exposed to enough light.
This Haworthia splendens hybrid has super rough, spiny leaf windows and a bronze colouration tinged by red.
This Haworthia has cloudy and spotted white leaf windows lined by red spines.
This Haworthia hybrid has bumpy leaf window surfaces and attractive white-pink colouration.
This Haworthia splendens hybrid closely resembles the seed parent, and has attractive white spots and bronze colouration.
This Haworthia groenewaldii hybrid has a compact growth form with milky-white clouded and spotted leaf windows.
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