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Haworthia

(Pithecellobium Tortum)
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General Info

The primary distinction between the common species lies in the size of the leaves and the arrangement of the white markings on them
Haworthias exhibit slow growth, with most species maintaining a relatively small size for several years. Mature Haworthias typically reach heights ranging from three to five inches
If you provide the optimal conditions, these succulents will bloom

Watering

Haworthia plants flourish in sandy, well-draining soil with a neutral pH
It's essential to ensure the soil retains sufficient moisture during the summer months while allowing for relatively drier conditions in winter
This plant is exceptionally vulnerable to root rot, so it's crucial to ensure proper drainage and avoid over watering to maintain its health

Light Requirements

Haworthia species thrive in bright light, but they prefer to avoid exceptionally strong direct sunlight
In their natural habitat, they are commonly discovered in the gentle shade provided by rocks or other objects
While they can tolerate direct morning sunlight, exposure to harsh afternoon rays may result in foliage burn

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