Category Haworthia

Haworthia Attenuata Care Tips: Growing The Zebra Cactus
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Haworthia Attenuata Care Tips: Growing The Zebra Cactus

Haworthia Attenuata ha-WORTH-ee-a, at-ten-yoo-AY-tuh refers to a small succulent plant belonging to the genus Haworthiopsis in the Asphodelaceae family.This species of evergreen plants are native to the Eastern Cape Province in South Africa.Attenuata is prized for its ornamental foliage and is a good choice for beginners looking for low-maintenance indoor plants.

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Haworthia Reinwardtii Care: How To Grow a Healthy Zebra Wart

Haworthia reinwardtii ha-WORTH-ee-a rine-WARD-tee-eye is native to the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa and makes a wonderful houseplant or addition to a succulent garden.The basal rosettes of the haworthia reinwardtii more commonly called the zebra wart make this plant a stand out in a succulent garden.
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How To Grow and Care Of Haworthia Pumila Plants

The Haworthia (ha-WORTH-ee-a) genus is a small collection of succulents from the Western Cape of South Africa. These, along with Aloes belong to the subfamily Asphodeloideae (ass-fo-del-oy-de-ay-ee), a member of the Xanthorrhoeaceae (zan-thor-ROH-ee-uh-see-ay-ee) plant family.Haworthia pumila now Tulista pumila was a member of this group.
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Haworthia Cymbiformis: Growing The Cathedral Window Haworthia

Haworthia cymbiformis ha-WORTH-ee-a, cymbiformis is native to South Africa and belongs to the Asphodelaceae family.There are approximately seventy South African Haworthia species.The genus name honors English botanist Adrian H Haworth who lived from 1768 to 1833.The specific epithet, cymbiformis, means “boat-shaped.
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Succulent Haworthia Care: How To Grow The Pearl Plant

Haworthia margaritifera is one of the most attractive succulent plant species of Haworthia pronounced (hau-wur’-thi-ah).It is also one of the largest of the many different types of this easy to grow, slow-growing, attractive succulent sometimes called the “cushion aloe” or the fasciata zebra succulent plant.
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Learn How To Care For Haworthia Retusa The Star Cactus

The small Haworthia Retusa ha-WORTH-ee-a re-TOO-suh is a popular succulent plant with a short rosette of thick, triangular leaves.It’s one of many flowering plants, like haworthia cuspidata and haworthia cooperi, that belong to the genus Haworthia and the family Asphodelaceae.The Haworthia retusa comes to us from Riversdale on the Western Cape Province in South Africa and also has a few common names:Window succulentStar cactusAloe retusaThese tiny low maintenance succulents are often grown on window sills or added to cactus gardens.
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Learn Haworthia Coarctata Succulent Growing and Care

Haworthia coarctata ha-WORTH-ee-a koh-ARK-tay-tuh is a flowering succulent Haworthia species native to the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.It’s part of the Asphodelaceae family and the genus formerly known as “haworthia.”The genus now goes by the name “haworthiopsis.” However, most know it but its old name.
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Haworthia Attenuata Care Tips: Growing The Zebra Cactus

Haworthia Attenuata ha-WORTH-ee-a, at-ten-yoo-AY-tuh refers to a small succulent plant belonging to the genus Haworthiopsis in the Asphodelaceae family.This species of evergreen plants are native to the Eastern Cape Province in South Africa.Attenuata is prized for its ornamental foliage and is a good choice for beginners looking for low-maintenance indoor plants.
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How To Care For Haworthia Truncata

Haworthia truncata (ha-WORTH-ee-a, trunk-AH-tuh) is a succulent plant species in the Haworthia genus and Asphodelaceae family.Learn more about the fascinating world of Haworthia Succulent Plant Care.This perennial is indigenous to Calitzdorp, South Africa.The haworthia species are widely distributed in a South African region, known as the Little Karoo in the east of the Western Cape.
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