Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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Haworthia emelyae

Haworthia emelyae var. major is a small, stemless, succulent plant, usually solitary that rarely offsets, up to 3.2 inches (8 cm) across, with textured leaf surface and lovely symmetry. Although in this variety the leaf tubercles are armed with a spine, the general form of the plants is that of Haworthia emelyae. The leaves are dark, rough-surfaced, with a triangular flat topped, translucent area, with small white, spiny, crystalline tubercles that converge into lines running to the point. The leaves turn almost red in winter. Flowers are small, white with green veins, borne on a up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall inflorescence. Haworthia emelyae var. major is a small dark-bodied plant with textured leaf surface and lovely symmetry. Distinctive characteristic: The var. major has an unusually large flower similar to that of Haworthia emelyae and there is evidence of intergradation of these two taxa. Although in this variety the leaf tubercles are armed with a spine, the general form of the plants is that of H. emelyae. Rosettes: Stemless, usually solitary that rarely offsets and only grows to about 8cm across.  Leaves: Dark, rough-surfaced (almost like sandpaper) with a triangular flat topped, translucent area, with small white, spiny, crystalline tubercules that converge into lines running to the point. The leaves turn almost red in winter.  Inflorescence: 30 cm tall. Flowers: White with green veins.
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