The largest member of the genus Haworthia, Haworthia Margaritifera looks like an aloe due to its relatively large rosettes of spotted, pointed leaves. It grows from a fleshy, fibrous root system and slowly creates a cluster of plants in a pointy, mounded clump. The plump, long, pointed leaves that emerge from the centre of the rosette are rigid and succulent. Each leaf is bright to olive-green, while on the outer side of the leaves, hundreds of greenish-white bumps (tubercles) decorate the surface, making them look ornately spotted.
Dimensions: L x B x H ~ 3.5" x 3.5" x 6"
Growth Medium: Cocopeat
Pot: Square Plastic Pot
Basic Care Guide
Light: Semi-shade with 2-3 hours of direct sunlight
Water: Once in 10 days.
Keep away from exposure to rain
Feed: Generally not required unless plant is growing actively