Haworthiopsis attenuata var. clariperla
Accepted Scientific Name
Haworthiopsis attenuata (Haw.) G.D.Rowley
Haworthia attenuata var. clariperla, Haworthia attenuata f. clariperla, Haworthia clariperla, Aloe attenuata var. clariperla, Aloe clariperla
Haworthiopsis attenuata var. clariperla, formerly known as Haworthia attenuata var. clariperla, is a low-growing and almost stemless, clustering, perennial succulent up to 6 inches (15 cm) tall. It is a form of Haworthiopsis attenuata distinguished by its leaves that are evenly covered with many, pearly white tubercles that are usually scattered or only vaguely arranged in stripes on the back or along the margins.
USDA hardiness zones 10a to 10b: from 30 °F (−1.1 °C) to 40 °F (+4.4 °C).
How to Grow and Care
Display Zebra Plant anywhere it can receive plenty of sun or bright light. South facing windows will provide the most sun.
During the growing season water the Zebra Plant thoroughly and then water when the soil becomes dry to the touch (not bone dry though). Winter is a tricky time for these plants although they are a tough species. Many growers will overwater then alongside cold temperatures or drafts the plant can become very sick or even die. The leaves are storage organs so during the winter water much less and allow the top soil to dry out.
Use a potting mix for succulents that drains wells and provides plenty of air to the small roots. If making you own mix or buying another type, use part potting soil, part perlite and part sand.
Learn more at How to Grow and Care for Zebra Plant.
The offshoots provide a simple and highly effective means of propagating new Zebra Plants if they are carefully removed and potted in a suitable growing mix. However, they should only be removed in spring or fall when the plant is not actively growing.
Learn more at How to Remove Offsets From a Zebra Plant.
Haworthiopsis attenuata var. clariperla is a form of Haworthiopsis attenuata.
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