Plant Details

Haworthia is a large family of succulents native to Southern Africa. Because of its low-maintenance needs, it is the perfect plant for the office or for those with a busy schedule.

Haworthias enjoy bright indirect light, but can be sensitive to burning if placed in direct light for too long. Although they will do well in low light conditions, bright indirect light will help them thrive and even flower! During their flowering stage, haworthias shoot a long stem from the center with small white flowers. Its watering needs are minimal, and the soil should be allowed to dry completely between waterings. Scarce watering is always best because haworthias are highly susceptible to overwatering which can cause root rot.

Pot Details

Have a container picked out already? Want to plant the tree yourself? Don't mind a little dirt on the floor?

This option is for the bare plant in its nursery grow pot. The nursery pot can be placed inside of a larger container or can be removed to plant your specimen directly. Please note this is not considered a finished pot.

 

Haworthia | 4"

3" Nursery Pot | details
$6 Plant
$6
$6 - $6
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Plant Details

Haworthia is a large family of succulents native to Southern Africa. Because of its low-maintenance needs, it is the perfect plant for the office or for those with a busy schedule.

Haworthias enjoy bright indirect light, but can be sensitive to burning if placed in direct light for too long. Although they will do well in low light conditions, bright indirect light will help them thrive and even flower! During their flowering stage, haworthias shoot a long stem from the center with small white flowers. Its watering needs are minimal, and the soil should be allowed to dry completely between waterings. Scarce watering is always best because haworthias are highly susceptible to overwatering which can cause root rot.

Pot Details

Have a container picked out already? Want to plant the tree yourself? Don't mind a little dirt on the floor?

This option is for the bare plant in its nursery grow pot. The nursery pot can be placed inside of a larger container or can be removed to plant your specimen directly. Please note this is not considered a finished pot.

 

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