Also known as Cathedral Window Haworthia, Window Haworthia, Window Boats, and Window Pane.
Know your Plant
This stemless succulent has got boat-shaped leaves which grow in clumps of rosettes.
The peculiarity of this plant is, though its leaves are light green in color, the tips are translucent. Giving it the visual of a dewdrop.
Hawothia Cymbiformis blooms into a white to pale pink flower with brownish green veins.
Given that it is a dwarf plant, it cutely fits into a small planter like a teacup (Make sure it has good drainage), making it perfect to be placed on your work table.
* The plants in the picture are only for reference.
The size and shape of pot may vary according to availability.
|Dimensions||5.5 × 5.2 × 7.8 cm|
Water: Haworthia Cymbiformis requires watering every 7-10 days or water the plant whenever its soil is completely dry. Make sure you do not water overhead or overwater this plant as it can lead to the fungal formation to its roots.
Lighting: This perennial plant requires bright sunlight for better and faster growth. However, make sure the plant avoid drastic sunlight changes and afternoon full sun. It can also be placed indoors, given 5-6 hours of bright indoor lighting a day.
Soil: Well-draining sandy soil, the type used for other cacti and succulent plants are preferable.
Environment: Haworthia Cymbiformis can thrive well in both indoor and outdoor conditions.