Cactus and Tender Succulents forum: My Haworthia collection

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Name: 'CareBear'

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Stush2019
Jan 9, 2017 11:12 AM CST
Got a lot of Haworthia and hybrid Aloaceae. Showing just the Haws first. Some are no ID but most are id'ed.

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tarev
Jan 9, 2017 11:23 AM CST
Lovely! Lovey dubby Lovey dubby I like the variegated ones!
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Stush2019
Jan 9, 2017 11:35 AM CST
The many verities of attenuata. Scientific name: Haworthia attenuata. Common Names include Zebra plant.
Synonyms:
Haworthia britteniae Poelln.
Haworthia clariperla Haw.
Haworthia fasciata (Willd.) Haw. var. caespitosa A.Berger
Haworthia pumila ssp. attenuata
Apicra attenuata,
Aloe radula Ker Gawl.

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The following hybrid within the attenuata group. If I didn't know better, seems to look more like a limifolia Striata. These are are from the same plant. I cut from the same root stock.

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And a picture of my H. limifolia Striata for comparison.


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Hope you all enjoyed the photos.
Stush
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Deebie
Jan 9, 2017 11:50 AM CST
I sure did. Drooling I agree with Tarev. Thank You! for the eye candy and education. Indoor gardening is so refreshing during this bleak time of year. nodding

lottierifah
Mar 5, 2017 8:51 PM CST
Hi,

I love your haworthia collection. Hurray!
I just need advice with propagating from the new pups/babies that grow in my haworthia.
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Thanks in advance. Smiling
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gasrocks
Mar 5, 2017 10:08 PM CST
What no Truncata? Gene
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Stush2019
Mar 7, 2017 11:38 AM CST
lottierifah, The longer you leave them attached the better for them. I don't divide my up until they are almost as big as the mother plant. If too small, they sometimes rot or take forever to get to size. They store their water in the leaves and can go a long time between watering. I just pull mine apart and re-pot and water a few days later. They can regrow roots easily. Mix must be free draining for best results. Your top one looks to be a Haworthia reinwardtii. If it is, they are tall growing columns that look much better with young growing up besides them in a group. Other one looks to be Haworthia attenuata var. concolor.

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