Haworthia Mutica Striped Darkest Green


Best features

  • Cute thick hard leaves
  • Striped darkest green color portraying leaves with white stripes
  • easy to care
  • watering once a week
  • best for indoor plants
  • Ideal for small spaces
  • can be grown in small pots

Shipping details- The succulents are first dried for a day or two and then sent bare root, carefully wrapped in a soft tissue paper with proper caution taken along with great packing. We don’t send succulents to soil as it can cause root damage. It’s easier to revive a dry plant but impossible to revive a rotten plant. hence we don’t take that risk as with soil, excess water can rott the plant


Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Haworthia mutica group

  • Haworthia mutica Haw.: has compact flattened rosettes of retuse and prominently windowed leaves. Distribution: Western Cape.
  • Haworthia otzenii G.G.Sm.: has green leaves with parallel light markings on tips, but plants in cultivation appear to be hybrids of Haworthia mirabils. Distribution: Napier, Western Cape.

Cultivation and Propagation: Haworthia mutica grows best in bright but indirect, or moderate light or redden nicely in full sun. It grows without any major problems in cultivation and is an ideal small indoor plant. Outdoors it suit in rockeries, but avoid frost.
Soil: They are slow growing and prefer a porous, well-draining soil.
Moisture: They need regular water, but don’t let the soil be constantly moist or soggy and while not wanting to be excessively wet, they will be equally unhappy if the soil is kept dry for long periods.
Hardiness: They do best in warm dry climates. Frost Tolerance: -1.C° (or less for short periods).
Propagation: They should be propagated by seeds or vegetatively by leave cuttings or division of larger clumps.


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