How to grow Haworthia attenuata

Haworthia attenuata grow and care – succulent leaf plant of the genus Haworthia also known as Zebra Haworthia, Haworthia attenuata perennial evergreen used as ornamental plant and it’s drought tolerant, can grow in subtropics, mediterranean, tropics climate or indoor as houseplant and growing in hardiness zone 10+.

Haworthia attenuata leaves and flowers

Leaves color green and sometimes the leaves become red (in sun), on the leaf there are white strips, the leaves grow in circular growth.

Flower color white, flowers grow on stems.

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How to grow Haworthia attenuata growing and care:

Better frost free (and even better more than 3C), well-drained soil, dry area

How to care:
Put water when the leaves become soft, fertilizer once a year

What is the best propagation way to start growing?
Plant / Seed / Vegetative reproduction – Cutting / Pups (daughter plants)

How to propagate:
Cutting propagate can be from leaves or stems, cut in the base of the leaf will be better, possible to cut stems or in middle of the leaf, need to let the few days in shade location and let it dry little bit before put it in the soil, after this put the leaves of stems in the soil watering it with moist and don’t overwater.

Is it necessary to use vegetative reproduction?
No, but easier to start from propagation of leaf or stem

Difficulties or problems when growing:
Rotten suddenly and hard to prevent the moment can be seen on the leaves

Recommended planting season?
All year and in hardiness zone 10a spring to summer and in hardiness zone 10b spring to autumn

How to plant:
Planting in location with good drainage, the plant doesn’t like and might die if will sit in puddle so in rainy location better to grow above the ground level and use raising bad

Pests and diseases:
Snails, slugs, aphids, meal bug

Pruning season:
All year

How to prune:
Just for design dead leaves and bloom stem

Size of the plant:
5-10 cm, 2-4 inches

Growth speed in optimal condition:
Slow growing especially when the plant young it’s take a while until establish

Water requirement:
Small amount of water – let it dry between watering and care not overwater it will kill that plant, if it’s grow in rainy location better to put in pot with lava grit or something inert that the water to go out, also sandy soil, when grow in tropic need to be dry topic or in sheltered place from the rains

Light conditions in optimal condition for growing:
Half Shade / Full Shade (with light)

Is it possible to grow indoor as houseplant?
Yes, when grow indoor not next to heater and need location with light, put less water indoor and check the container to much wet

Growing is also possible in a pot, planter, flowerpot, containers:
Yes, when growing containers need bigger than the root ball at least 30% too much big it’s not useful and better to switch the pot to bigger every few years than to start with big pot, soil loos viability over time and once in every few years better to switch (if there isn’t over water or it’s sandy soil with good drainage possible to switch every 5 years and even more), need to make sure that there are enough holes, also choosing the soil it’s important more rains need better drainage, possible to choose sandy soil add little organic matter with materials like lava grit in the bottom and sandy soil on the top, possible perlite with peat soil.

Blooming information

Bloom season:
All year

General information about the flower
White flowers grow on stems

Scientific name:

Haworthia attenuata

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