The leaves of plants are tiny, fleshy, soft, and green, and they grow in clusters of these rosettes.
A perennial succulent plant with no stems that resembles (similar)a cluster of little grapes is called Haworthia .
It is a succulent plant that grows slowly. It grows in groups of tiny rosettes of fleshy, green leaves with transparent tips and striations of green.
Maximum Height - Up to 7 cm
Flower Color - White
Bloom Time -. May to September
Difficulty Level - Easy to grow
When the plant grows clumps and outgrows the pot, repot it. It should be carried out in the spring (March to May) either before or after the wet season.
Repot your plants using the ratios listed below: 40% vermicompost,40%cocopeat ,20% garden soil.
Planting and care
These plants, like other succulents, require ample (more) hydration and strong sunshine in the summer (June to September) and comparatively drier circumstances in the winter (December to February).
Don't overwater them, but also don't allow them entirely to dry out. Plan to fertilize the plant during the March to May and June to September while it is actively growing.
Sunlight - Full sun, partial sun, at least 4 to 6 hours of sunlight per day.
Watering - Low for the July to August Moderate for December to February More than moderate (Average) for a June to September
Soil - Avoid excess organic contents in the soil.
Temperature - Ideal: 22 to 35 degrees C
Fertilizer - No need much. A peat-based compost should not be used.
The diverse gardens love its color and attractiveness.
We send all the succulents bare rooted/without soil. Because with soil there are chances of root rot.
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The product is replaceable but non-returnable.