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Howarthia Trunkata Live Plant With Plastic Pot
- This succulent is prone to root rot. Thus, it prefers sandy and gritty soil to prevent the plant from staying wet.
- Grow Haworthia truncata in well-drained soil or cactus compost, on a light, airy windowsill, ideally out of direct sunlight. Water sparingly in summer, allowing the compost to fully dry out between watering. Reduce watering to every other month in winter.
- The flowers are small, tubular, and greenish-white with brownish veins and they appear in summer, but they are not very showy. Don’t expect to see them, because they rarely appear if grown as house plants, only in their native habitats.
- Haworthia truncata is fond of low humidity, so you won’t have to bother much about it. It is desirable to group plants together after watering, but don’t mist the leaves.
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