How To Grow Haworthia


When people talk about love at first sight, they must be describing the feeling of seeing Hawthorias for the first time.

Haworthias (Haworthia spp.) are small, low growing succulents that are stunningly beautiful making it impossible not to fall head over heels.

There are also many varieties to choose from, including the popular H. cooperii with its stunning gem like leaves to the H. fasciata ‘Superbum’ with its white speckled aloe like leaves.

If we haven’t got you smitten with these yet, you may also like to know that they are easy to care for, perfect for a small pot or terrarium and great as an indoor plant.

Position: Indoors in a well lit spot but sheltered from the hot afternoon sun
Water: Water lightly. Allow the soil to dry between watering.
Soil: Well drained

How to grow

Step 1: Choose a pot just deeper than the existing root-ball and position indoors in a area that receives morning to midday sun.
Step 2: Partially fill the pot with quality potting mix, such as Yates Potting Mix with Dynamic Lifter.
Step 3: Remove the plant from the container, gently tease the roots.
Step 4: Position in hole and backfill with potting mix, gently firming down. Water in lightly.
Step 5: Feed lightly with Dynamic Lifter Liquid in Spring. 

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