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Where it grows
This Haworthia is a hybrid that does not occur in nature.
This Haworthia has glossy and bumpy leaf windows, with the shape and growth form of Haworthia badia, and colouration and leaf texture of Haworthia splendens.
Please note that it has some minor cosmetic leaf damage.
Haworthia are shade loving succulents and need to be kept under at least 60% shade cloth. They require gritty soil mixes and will thrive in a mixture involving Ibaraki Akadama and Hyuga pumice. Water them well throughout the year, particularly in winter, but make sure the soil dries out somewhat between waterings.
Autumn and spring.
Leaves and seeds.
Out of stock
This Haworthia hybrid has attractive maroon colouration, which is quite difficult to find for this genus. It has minimalistic, ‘less-is-more’ leaf windows.
This long-stemmed Euphorbia has intense white variegation flecked with some green spots of chlorophyll. If given enough light, it turns a bright pink colour. It is covered in long, sharp spines at the top of each stem at maturity. They grow multiple stems and form an attractive cluster in time.
This is a Haworthia cooperi hybrid cultivar. The leaves are shaped like a crystal, and have an attractive sheen when backlit by sunlight.
- Steven S
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