Haworthia

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Asked by Jami Charlson on June 2, 2017
Haworthia Sunburn

I am sad and embarrassed to say I allowed my poor babies too much sun on my deck. I repotted and gave it a drink and brought indoors. Roots still look fine. Can i save it? If so, how? Thank you!

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chavez1961

If there is any part of the plant that is still firm to the touch instead of mushy, cut it back to that point. Plants have an amazing gift of coming back. Put it in a pot that you can water from the bottom so it can soak up just what it needs.

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Asked by CL N on August 29, 2017
Haworthia Problems

My indoor haworthia (zebra) has developed some yellowish-brownish coloration near the base, and feels very loose in the soil. Tamping down the soil hasn\\\’t helped to anchor it. I\\\’ve only had it a few weeks (watered it after 2 weeks). It\\\’s getting bright indirect light. Closeup photo attached. Any suggestions? Thanks!

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Downtoearthdigs
Certified GKH Gardening Expert

This could be overwatering or even sunburn.

The link below will refresh you on the care requirements.
https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/haworthia/haworthia-window-plants.htm

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Asked by laweinzerl on April 7, 2018
Window Haworthia Plants

Is it light or water that makes the “Window Haworthia leaves plump and shiny?

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BushDoctor
Certified GKH Gardening Expert

This is, usually, determined by the exact species. Some of these will develop this characteristic, while others will not. If you know this is a variety that is supposed to do this, then you will want to make sure that this gets as much sun as possible. These will have similar care to an aloe plant, and will not tolerate overwatering, or excessive cold.

This article will give you more information: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/haworthia/haworthia-window-plants.htm

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