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Browsing: Haworthiopsis

Haworthiopsis is a genus of succulent plants in the family Asphodelaceae. The genus was previously included in Haworthia. Species in the genus are typically short perennial plants, with leaves often arranged in a rosette and frequently having raised white markings. The genus Haworthiopsis was erected by Gordon Rowley in 2013. The ending "opsis" derives from the Greek "opsis", meaning "appearance", hence "Haworthiopsis" means "like Haworthia".

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Haworthiopsis glauca

Haworthiopsis glauca, formerly known as Haworthia glauca, is a succulent with erect or spreading, pointed leaves densely packed along the stems that…


Haworthiopsis pseudorigida

Haworthiopsis pseudorigida, formerly known as Haworthia tortuosa var. pseudorigida, is a small succulent with dull green to brownish-green leaves that…


Haworthiopsis longiana

Haworthiopsis longiana, formerly known as Haworthia longiana, is a slow-growing succulent that forms rosettes of long, narrow stiff, and slightly rough…


Haworthiopsis koelmaniorum

Haworthiopsis koelmaniorum, formerly known as Haworthia koelmaniorum, is a slow-growing succulent that forms rosettes of dark brownish-green, tan to…

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