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Haworthia cymbiformis is native to Cape Province, South Africa. They forms star shaped rosettes with light green, succulent leaves. Leaves are obovate, with pointed tips and have delicate dark green veins running into the translucent "windowed" leaf tips. Haworthias grow in winter and are dormant in summer. Like succulents in general they need porous soil with good drainage. They usually have thickened tap roots. They prefer bright light. Water thoroughly when the soil is dry to the touch.