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Haworthia Turgida Succulent, 2 inch live plant, low light succulents fat plants

$12.99
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Item details

Condition
New
Brand
Handmade
Plant Type
Succulent
Sunlight
Full Sun, Partial Shade
Climate
Dry
Foliage
Evergreen
USDA Hardiness Zone
9 (20 to 30 °F)
Watering
Light
Species
Haworthia Turgida
Genus
Haworthia
Plant Form
Plant
Type
Cacti & Succulents
Color
Green
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor & Outdoor
Number in Pack
1
Item Width
2 in
Plant Category
Cactus & Succulents

More about this item

2 inch succulent plant, Haworthia Turgida (sometimes called Haworthia Caespitosa or Haworthia Laetevirens or the Windowpane Plant). You will receive a single rooted rosette at least 2 inches across, in a 2" plastic nursery pot with soil.

 Will include succulent care card and plant ID

Haworthia succulents make great indoor houseplants. They don't require as much full sunlight as some other succulents, so good for a desk or office environment, and only occasional watering.

Haworthia Turgida forms bright green rosettes of fat, pointed leaves which can grow up to 4 inches across. It will form a cluster of rosettes quite quickly. The leaves have transparent tips where the plant lets in sunlight (hence the name Windowpane Plant). It will bloom with tall stems of small white flowers in the spring.