Haworthia limifolia var. striata Pilbeam
Haworthia limifolia var. striata is similar to the normal form of Haworthia limifolia with all the deep, grooves and ridges, but the ridges in this plant are highlighted with a whitish coloring, making it one of the most ornamental of all the Haworthias. It offset easily. The caespitose rosette is up to 4 inches (10 cm) in diameter. The white flowers with greenish veins are borne on a up to 14 inches (35 cm) tall inflorescence.
USDA hardiness zone 10a to 11b: from 30 °F (−1.1 °C) to 50 °F (+10 °C).
How to Grow and Care
Haworthia are not considered difficult houseplants to grow. If you can keep a pot of Aloe alive on a windowsill, chances are you can do the same with a dish of Haworthia. As with all succulents, the most dangerous situation is too much water. They should never be allowed to sit in water under any circumstances. At the same time, these decorative little plants can be grown in interesting containers such as tea cups and even miniature baby shoes. If you're given a Haworthia in such a container, make sure the container had adequate drainage. If it doesn't, it might be a good idea to pop the plant out of its container and add a layer of gravel to the bottom to reduce the wicking action of the soil above. Finally, look out for sunburned spots on your plants.
Haworthia are small, usually remaining between 3 and 5 inches (7.5 cm and 12.5 cm) in height, and relatively slow-growing. They are often grown in small clusters in wide, shallow dishes. Over time, clusters will naturally enlarge as the mother plant sends off small plantlets… – See more at: How to Grow and Care for Haworthia
Haworthia limifolia var. striata is native to southern Africa.
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