Haworthia retusa is a little rosette-forming succulent that can reach a height of 10 cm. The leaves are thick, triangular, translucent, and green in colour, with a length of up to 8 cm and a width of up to 2 cm. In late spring to summer, the flowers are small, tubular, and white, and they bloom in racemes up to 50 cm tall.
Requires bright sunlight
Watering twice a week
Well-drained sandy soil is ideal for the growth
Don’t allow the soil to dry up completely
Doesn’t require fertilizer much, feeding balanced fertilizer once in 2 months is sufficient
Haworthia being a slow-growing plant doesn’t require repotting for years
Being slow grower trimming is not at all required, just remove the brown dried leaves from the bottom.
Non-toxic and nonpoisonous if ingested.
Easy to maintain
Botanical Name: Haworthia Retusa
Plant Type: Succulent Plant
- Indoor Plant
- Attractive foliage (leaves)
- Watering:- twice a week
- (Do finger test for checking soil moisture). Do not over water the plant specially in monsoon.
- Sunlight:- Diffused
- Pot mix:- cocopeat × send × garden soil (60:20:20)