Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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Haworthia reinwardti

Haworthia reinwardi are from Southern Africa.  They have differtnt forms and shapes and have patterns of raised white spots on their leaves.  Their color changes to reddish in summer. They have small whit flowers that grow on stalks in Spring through to Autumn.  Do not overwater especially in summer when they are dormant. Allow them to dry out between waterings. In particular they should not be overwatered in Summer when they are dormant.  Haworthias will grow in full sun or part shade. They won't survive frost. They need a well-draining soil and are excellent in pots.  They can be kept indoors on a windowsill or sunny place.

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