Haworthiopsis reinwardtii - Zebra Wart - Statement Plants

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Haworthiopsis reinwardtii - Zebra Wart

An unusual looking succulent with attractive white spotted leaves.

Full sun to part shade

Drought tolerant

Well drained gritty soil

Partly frost tolerant (see notes)

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  • Haworthiopsis reinwardtii, formerly Haworthia reinwardtii and commonly known as the Zebra Wart or Zebra Plant, is a moderately growing, attractive succulent with green to brown fleshy leaves with interesting white markings.

    The Zebra Wart is well suited to growing indoors as it will tolerate lower light levels and grows well under artificial lights. When growing outside, select a position with reasonably bright light, but away from direct sunlight. It will do well on a lower shelf in the greenhouse or in a partially shaded spot in a pot or garden bed.

    Haworthia do not like wet feet. Water your Haworthiopsis reinwardtii when the soil is dry. Plant in a very well draining mix with plenty of grit or perlite and sand in a container with good drainage.

    Synonyms

    Aloe reinwardtii, Catevala reinwardtii, Haworthia reinwardtii, Haworthiopsis reinwardtii var. reinwardtii
    Zebra Wart, Wart Plant

    Plant Details

    Habit Clumping
    Growth Cycle Evergreen, perennial
    Height 25cm
    Spread Rosettes to 8cm
    Foliage Green to brown, fleshy leaves with white spots
    Flowers Pinkish-white, tubular
    Flowering Time Spring
    Toxicity Non toxic - but do not allow children or pets to ingest