This Haworthia forms tight small rosettes with light green leaves that are translucent at the tips. The rosettes offset rapidly to form a low spreading matt. Haworthias like partial shade, but if grown in sun the soft, semi transparent leaves turn slightly orange. Very easy to grow, this makes a great indoor plant!
Formerly know as Haworthia tessellata. This broad, triangular greenish to purple brown leaves are crisscrossed with transparent markings and small white teeth along the margins. Leaf coloring can vary depending on the amount of light the plant in set in. Small white tubular flowers appear in the summer on tall raceme's. Readily produces under ground stems which form new plants. Fairly an easy plant to care for and mostly problem free.
Haworthia cymbiformis var. setulifera (planifolia)
Aloe like rosettes that slowly cluster to form medium sized ball-sized clumps. They are characterized by broad soft green leaves and are usually about a third as thick as they are broad with the upper surface slightly concave or boat shaped. A very cute and fun plant to grow.
Haworthia Truncata var. maughanii
This Haworthia is a beautifully unique Truncata that grows in a spiral, forming a circle. The top of the leaves have a frosty snow flake like design when the plant in mature. The thick windowed leaves are green becoming dark red if grown in high light. A very classy plant to add to your collection.
Haworthia Truncata 'Lime Green'
This fascinating Haworthia with a fan like leaf arrangement. Its growth pattern has the ability to form nice clumps with time. Its lime green coloration is very attractive with semi-transparent window leaves that seem to glisten. A great conversation piece for your home.
This unusual small dark green succulent grows in a fan shape and offsets with age. The flat leaves resembling stepping stones are slow growing and have opaque windows at the top. A very popular and sought after plant by beginners and collectors.
Haworthia Cymbiformis Midori no-Sono
These dainty succulents are a small and slow growing plant. Some may have streaks of cream variegation along one edge of the leaf. Translucent orange leaf tips are possible depending on the amount of light. Bright light/indirect light depending on what color you would like the leaves to be. Fertilize with cacti fertilizer once a month during Spring/Summer months. Will not tolerate frost. Keep dryer during winter months. When repotting, use cacti soil.