Haworthia turgida Var suberecta
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- Origin: Native to South Africa.
- Common Name(s): None widely recognized.
- Plant is featured in a 6” pot
- General Care: Haworthia turgida var. suberecta is a compact and attractive succulent that requires bright, indirect light and well-draining soil. It is drought-tolerant and should be watered sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. It forms rosettes of fleshy, triangular leaves with distinct dark green patterns and textures.
- Growing Period: Haworthia turgida var. suberecta grows slowly and forms clumps of rosettes, reaching a height of around 3-4 inches with a similar spread.
- Soil Recommendations: Well-draining soil is essential for the health of this plant. Use a cactus or succulent mix with added perlite or pumice for optimal drainage.
- Hardiness Zones: Hardy in zones 9-11. In colder climates, it is best grown as a houseplant or moved indoors during winter.
- Light Needs: Haworthia turgida var. suberecta prefers bright, indirect light. It can tolerate some direct sunlight, especially in the morning or late afternoon, but avoid intense midday sun to prevent leaf burn.
- Pet Safety: Haworthia turgida var. suberecta is generally non-toxic to pets. However, it's always a good practice to keep pets away from chewing on any plants.
You will receive a similar plant in color and size shipped semi-bare root for pots larger than 2.5. Please consider ordering a heat pack if your sustained temperatures are below 38 degrees.