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Haworthia

Miami

in august Planter

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The Haworthia is paired with our August Planter, an ceramic pot measuring 4½" tall and 5" wide. This plant is pet-friendly. Your plant height may vary slightly. It comes potted in our potting mix to increase plant health, longevity, and growth. The August features drainage holes and saucer. It is named after Augusto Weberbauer (1871–1948), a German botanist that began his career studying Peruvian seagrass.

Planter Size

Small: 4.5" H x 5" WSize Guide

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Plant Care

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    • Bright
    • Prefers bright indirect light to full sun.
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    • Direct
    • Full sun ideal. Can tolerate bright indirect.
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    • About every 2-3 weeks in full sun
    • When soil is completely dry and leaves start to curl.
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    • Normal to Dry
    • Think of a desert.
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Plant Origins

Southern Africa

Plant Bio

Haworthia are hardy succulents that are so closely related to gasterias and aloes that they can cross breed with each other freely to form hybrids. With such a variable morphology and crossing habits, there is much debate to the placement of these plants within the family, Asphodelaceae (subfamily Alooideae). Due to so many naturally-occurring hybrids, identification and definition of any species is difficult. Some hybrids have accidentally been named as separate species, which adds to the confusion. Some scientists even think that they should all be separate species under one genus.

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