Written by Maggie
Dec 05 2020
The Haworthiopsis Coarctata stem grows erect, the leaves are thickened, the apex bending inwardly. The whole plant is columnar, the leaves have a raised white grain arranged in rows at the back.The leaves are usually dark green and turn a purplish red in the sun.
Haworthiopsis Coarctata likes sunshine, slightly shade tolerant, high temperature and humidity resistant, not cold resistant.Soil drainage is required to be good, with a certain proportion of granular soil is better, and it is more drought resistant.
Haworthiopsis Coarctata is native to southwest Africa.
Small lateral cuttings of Haworthiopsis Coarctata from leaf axils or stem axial bases were taken.Cutting is in May, rooting in 10 days.
Haworthiopsis Coarctata was cultivated in small basins, with leaf rot soil and river sand as culture soil.Keep the soil moist and dry.Shade properly in summer, top dressing 2 ~ 3 times a year.Winter overwintering temperature is not less than 5℃.Because the growth is slow, the basin soil need not change year after year.
Haworthiopsis Coarctata is used for furnishing inside the home, decorating desks and balconies.