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Haworthia Fasciata Zebra Succulent Plant with White Self Watering Pot

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 CATEGORY Plant
TYPE OF PLANTS Indoor Plant
MAINTENANCE Low to Medium
WATER SCHEDULE Once a week
INDOOR/OUTDOOR Indoor, Outdoor Shade Loving Plant
IDEAL LOCATION Balcony, living room corner, table top

 

About:


The plants are generally small, less than 10 cm (4 in) high. The triangular-shaped leaves are green with narrow white-crested strips on the outside. At the end of the leaf is a non-acute spine. The summer flowers appear in October and November, on the end of an inflorescence. The species has similar markings to Haworthiopsis attenuata, which is commonly grown as a house plant. The two are therefore frequently confused with each other, and a great many H. attenuata specimens are mislabelled as the rarer H. fasciata. However Haworthiopsis fasciata is rare in cultivation, and can easily be distinguished by the smooth upper (ie. inner) surfaces of its leaves. Its white tubercles occur only on the lower (outer) sides of its leaves; whereas H. attenuata has roughness or tubercles on both sides of its leaves. The leaves of H. fasciata are also often stouter and more deltoid. They tend to curve inwards more. Unlike H. attenuata, older H. fasciata specimens also sometimes develop long columnal stems.


Bullet Points:

  • Haworthis are notable in their ability to grow even in the low, indirect light typicallt found indoors.
  • Haworthis zebra needs moderate watering. Over-Watering can quickly lead to root rot and it's the most common way to kill or demage haworthia. Only water haworthia when the soil dries out completely.
  • Gritty and fast-draining soil is ideal for Haworthis Zebra. If you only have normal soil,you can make your own succulents mix by adding 50 % Purmice or Perlite.
  • Howorthia are not cold hardy and can easily die if tempretures fall below freezing point.and can easily die if temperatures fall below freezing point. They can only be grown outdoors in zone 10 (30°F) Ideally they should be indoors throught the winter and kept between 60°F and 85°F year-round. Haworthias actively grow during cooler time and are dormant in the hottest summer months.
  • Propagation by division and leaf cutting is also possible for some but it's much more difficult.