Written by Maggie
Feb 23 2021
Zebra Wart, scientific name Haworthia reinwardtii, a succulent, talon-like plant with sharp, pointed, tightly arranged white striped leaves. Zebra Wart has beautiful design, ideal for interior decoration, air purification and radiation protection.
Zebra Wart (Haworthia reinwardtii) is eagle-like, sharp-shaped leaves with compact, white-striped tip blades and beautiful designs.
Light: zebra wart (Haworthia reinwardtii) likes sufficient scattered light, summer high temperature season, avoid direct sunlight and pay attention to ventilation.
Temperature: Zebra Wart (Haworthia reinwardtii) is not cold, suitable temperature for growth is 15-25 degrees, the lowest temperature is not less than 10 degrees, higher than 30 degrees into dormancy state.
Watering: watering master "don't do not watering, watering thoroughly", to avoid water, otherwise root rot; Zebra Wart (Haworthia reinwardtii) nor can long-term water shortage, so as not to dry up leaves full.
Soil: Zebra Wart (Haworthia reinwardtii) likes loose and fertile, well-drained, with a certain degree of granularity. It can be mixed with leaf rot soil or peat soil and coarse sand or vermiculite.
Fertilizer: growing period, generally a month can be applied once thin decomposed organic liquid fertilizer or compound fertilizer.
Zebra Wart (Haworthia reinwardtii) is easy to maintain and can grow in low sunlight. Please avoid overwatering. Excessive moisture in the soil may lead to decay. Spring and autumn seasons, with the appropriate increase in watering frequency, Zebra Wart will grow rapidly. Hot summer to reduce the frequency of watering, and often spray the leaves. Winter should also be watered less and put Zebra Wart (Haworthia reinwardtii) in a warm room facing south.