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Haworthia reinwardtii is a small perennial succulent, with stems growing up to 8 inches (20 cm) height, with a basal rosette of white-spotted fleshy leaves arranged in a spiral pattern, and racemes of tubular pinkish-white flowers in spring. The plant spreads to form a mat, by means of freely-produced offsets, also a convenient means of propagation.
Every 17-18 Month
1. Grow succulent plant in the brightest spot you have. They love a sunny window sill, but also thrive under bright artificial light, making them ideal accents for your desk at work or school.
2. Once every couple of weeks is generally sufficient during the warmer months. Over winter they don’t really need water at all. If you’re unsure, it’s best to hold off rather than water.
3. Most succulents are pretty slow growing, especially as plant, so you typically don't need to worry about pruning them.
1. Used as potted ornamental plant
1. Prune only to remove wayward, dead, diseased, or top-heavy growth.
2. Feed your Haworthia very occasionally and when you do, ensure it's only a weak solution.
1. When watering, avoid getting the leaves wet.
2. Bright light, but not direct sunlight.