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Zone 17067 | Anonymous added on May 1, 2024 | Answered

My minute that all plant has several small ones underneath the large part how do I take those out to replant them appears to be babies to the plant I don’t know I’ve never had a plant like this before that I need your adnice thank you

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Answered on May 2, 2024

This looks to be one of several Haworthia species. The raised bumps in the center of the leaves are the give away. They are similar to aloe, but the care is very slightly different. Generally, you want to keep the soil just slightly more moist than aloe, and feed it slightly more than aloe. However, if you treat it like an aloe then it will still go on happily. The offsets are normal. They are a part of their asexual reproduction. Essentially, they are clones of the mother plant. You can choose to replant them or let them cluster.



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