Haworthia Zebra


  • Plant type- Hardy Succulent
  • Best succulent for beginners
  • Alluring white zebra stripes on dark green pointy leaves
  • Very easy to propagate through pups
  • Best work stations or indoor areas
  • Need less water
  • Hardy and drought tolerant
  • Watering- once a week

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 the 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


Haworthia fasciata or also called as Zebra Plant are delicately small succulent houseplants, reaching up to 5 to 8-inches only in height. They have thick, dark green leaves with bumps of white tubercles on the outer surface, and are clustered together giving it a “Zebra” effect.

Furthermore, Zebra plants don’t need much effort when it comes to watering, as then can still survive even without one for many weeks. They also look exceptionally beautiful in unusual containers or interesting soil mixes, making them perfect for any indoor spaces!

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Unlike any other succulents, Zebra plants do well even in medium and low light conditions, which is usually found in an indoor setting. But if you want to bring out its stunning red and orange pigments, display them in a spot where they can get as much natural light as possible, like a south or east-facing windowsill.

If grown outdoors, find a location where your Zebra plant can enjoy at least 4 to 6 hours of bright light but no direct sunlight, especially in the afternoon. They have very sensitive leaves, and exposing them to direct light will most likely lead them to get dry tips, which is their way of telling you that they are receiving too much sunlight.

Watering Haworthia Zebra plants is a bit tricky, as too much can quickly lead to root rot or discoloration, and too little water can cause the leaves to drop.


To provide them just the right amount they need, water your Zebra Plant generously until it comes out of the container’s drainage holes, throwing away any excess that was collected on the pot’s saucer, as they hate sitting in the wet for too long. Then, allow the soil to dry out completely before giving it another drink. You can use a moisture meter to check or by sticking your finger in the soil to the second knuckle. If it feels dry, then it is time to give your Zebra Plant a good drink. .


Additionally, wetting the Zebra Plant’s leaves may cause problems, such as rot. In case you accidentally drop any water on their foliage, gently wipe it off right away. Or better yet, use a squeeze bottle whenever you water this plant. We highly recommend this tool, especially for beginners, as this should help control where the water goes, which will minimize the risk of wetting the leaves.

In case your Zebra Plant is starting to develop discoloration and mushy leaves, hold off with your watering, as this is their way of letting you know that they are already getting too much water. It is best if you will take your Zebra out of the pot and clean off all the wet soil from the root to prevent it from getting worse. And make sure to let it air-dry for a few days before repotting your Haworthia.



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