Why choose me?
- My shape and colour are very elegant.
- I don't grow much and you can keep me in a small pot.
- I’m not prickly: I have no thorns!
Like all Haworthias, it does not like direct sunlight, which can cause the leaves to turn red. Therefore, it is ideal as an indoor plant and should be placed in a bright environment.
It is perfect for growing indoors, as it likes mild temperatures.
In general, it is best not to give too much water, as stagnant water can cause the roots to rot. Therefore, it is advisable to check that the soil is dry before watering the plant.
In spring and early summer, it flowers producing a thin central stem, up to 30-35 cm high, from which small greenish-white flowers sprout.
Native to some African countries, such as Mozambique and South Africa, this plant does not grow very large, reaching a maximum of 12 cm in diameter. For this reason, it is always recommended to grow it in a pot, and it can be used to create pretty arrangements together with other small succulents.