Lights, Water, Action
Get your plants ready to slay!
Bright indirect sunlight
Water once a week
Where to grow
Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: These non-fussy plants require very little care. Plant them in a well-draining succulent potting mix and fertilize them once a month with a generic fertilizer in their growing season.
Repotting : These slow growers don’t require frequent repotting. Repot it every year in a fresh potting medium for better growth.
Propagation : Haworthias propagate through pups that grow around the main plant. Simply uproot pups when they reach one third the size of the main plant and plant it in a different pot.
1. How much sun does haworthia needs?
Haworthia needs bright indirect light through the day for a healthy growth. A few hours of dappled sun also works great.
2. Why is my Haworthia going limp?
Haworthias belong to the succulent family and love dry soil. Limp and mushy leaves are a classic sign of root rot due to waterlogged soil. Let the soil dry out completely between watering’s.
3. Why are the leaves turning red?
Leaves going red are a sign of stress due to too much light. Move it to a spot with indirect light to reverse the coloring.
Style and Décor
Light Requirements :Haworthias require bright indirect light through the day, they don’t need long periods of direct light.
Locations :Areas near an east of north-facing window are a good choice. Work tables, window sills, or shelves with ample indirect light is also a good choice.
Styling/décor tip :Haworthias are great additions to side tables and terrariums. Plant them in geometric monochrome planters for a more modern vibe. One good way to highlight the leaf patterns is by covering the topsoil with white stones to create and aesthetic contrast.