Haworthia Reinwardtii Succulent Plant :
- Size & Growth : The zebra plant isn’t a large succulent like many in the Haworthia genus. The rosettes rarely reach more than eight inches (20cm). In some cases, it only reaches a few inches, allowing you to plant this succulent in small containers.People have even grown these succulents in teacups.Some claim the growth rate is fast while other say it’s a slow-growing plant. The fleshy leaves grow in a spiral pattern and feature small, white growths resembling warts.While the plant doesn’t grow very tall, it starts to spread out to form a mat. The mat provides a spot for the numerous offsets the plant produces.
- Flowering and Fragrance : The plant produces tubular flowers in the spring. They grow in a raceme, which is a cluster of flowers where the separate flowers grow on short stalks at equal distances on a long central stem.The flowers are pinkish-white and don’t produce a scent.
- Light & Temperature : These plants need a lot of light. They prefer full sun and bright light. If placed indoors, place them in a south-facing or western-facing window.Ensure that the plant stays warm during the spring, summer, and fall. In the winter, the plant can tolerate colder temperatures, but not freezing temps.Keep the zebra wart in a room that doesn’t drop below 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Watering and Feeding : Most succulents don’t require a lot of water, and zebra warts are no exception. Water it about once per month, allowing the soil to dry completely before watering again.Underwatering is less of a threat compared to overwatering. If the plant is overwatered, it may develop rot.Feeding Haworthia reinwardtii isn’t necessary. However, if you decide to fertilize, only feed the plant occasionally, and use a weak solution by diluting the fertilizer with water.
- Soil & Transplanting :The best potting mix offers fast drainage, which helps limit the risk of rot. For the zebra wart, use a combination of peat moss and rich soil with a little sand.If the container doesn’t provide adequate drainage, adding a layer of gravel below the soil helps to prevent excess moisture.These are slow-growing plants that shouldn’t need repotting unless you started with a very small container.The only other time zebra warts may need transplanting is during the collection of offsets.
What you get:
- Each packages contains : 1 pics Haworthia Reinwardtii Succulent Plant (3-5 Inch)
- Planters Size : 2-3 inch plastic planters (Round Shaped)
Note: Plants will be sent with coco peat or prepared soil. If the plant meets its Temporary Wilting Point(TWP) due to delivery delay or similar issues in transit, customers are requested not to worry. Watering it generously will recover its turgidity. For further information, feel free to contact us.