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Haworthia maughanii

Haworthia maughanii forms loose rosettes of deep forest green chubby leaves that are flattened at the tips, almost as if they had been cut. Tops of leaves are flattened, somewhat depressed and have a faint "star" pattern of veination. Can be propagated by cuttings or leaf cuttings. Native to South Africa. Haworthias are winter growers and are dormant in the hottest summer months. Require very porous soil with excellent drainage as many forms have thickened tap roots. Prefer filtered, bright light. Those species with red veining or chocolate faces will exhibit superior color in bright light. All forms that are green, especially included the variegated forms, will prefer filtered light. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost.

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