Love this plant and would like to get one. However, I'm wondering about the growth habit. Does it just keep growing taller as one column? Please pardon my ignorance.
I have hawortia that may be H. Reinwardii - but am not sure if coarctata or reinwardtii - they are very similar, in shape and growing habit. Coarctata is supposed to have wider leaves and smaller, more rounded less white tubercles than Reinwardtii. And there are many varieties of both, some smaller - maybe mine is one of these. According to what I read, they both will supposedly grow to about 8" tall. Mine didn't so far, have if for few (maybe 3?) years. The tallest one in pic #1 on left is about 3.5" tall, rest are abt. 3". I bought 1 pot and there were 9 of them, all very similar in size approx. half of what they are now. All the offsets grew in last year or so after plants were separated and potted 2/pot:
Very pretty Rina! Looks like they don't grow in single columns...I like that.
Please identify my clumping Haworthia
question about epiphyllum potting -- may be dumb --
There is nothing special about them to grow them. Just like other (hard) Haworthia's .
In the end (after years and years and years) they fall over.
So the sciccors (how to write that word?) did the work and I started over with some new ones.
and here's a hybrid
Very nice plants Harry. I think yours grow 'harder' than mine :) - for sure they are getting more sunlight.
They are -maybe- slow growers, Harrys fell over after years and years and years