Hello hanasplants, just to help you differentiate how Gasteria and Haworthia blooms look like:
Sample of Haworthia flowers:
Sample of Gasteria flowers:
Some succulents change leaf colors as a sign of stress...either getting too wet, so the leaves starts to turn red, and becomes squishy soft. So got to scale back watering and hopefully plant does not rot all the way. Or sometimes if temps are cooler than usual and they receive increased sun exposure, they can also turn red.
If your area is a low humidity area and you do not get summer rains like we do here, your plant will like stepped up watering. But if your area is quite warm and very humid, you have to wait for your media to dry out properly, to prevent root rotting. During the colder months, you need to adjust watering frequency, longer watering intervals and provide as much bright light exposure you can if you move it indoors, so try to position it ideally by a south facing window.