Written by Maggie
Dec 05 2020
Haworthia Maughanii is a very valuable kind of succulent plant, so it may not be careless to start with it, but it needs careful maintenance. How to keep it?Most importantly, fertile, loose and suitable soil, with the right amount of watering and lighting, as well as the right temperature and fertilizer.If the fleshy Haworthia Maughanii grows well, it can be propagated properly and the cuttings are relatively easy to survive.
Haworthia maughanii requires a fertile, loose soil that can be mixed with coarse sand and leaf litter, peat soil, and a small amount of bone meal, with sufficient nutrients and good drainage and breathability.If you want a better potted soil, you can plant it in terra-cotta and bluestone. Expensive Succulents with more expensive substrates are better.
Watering Haworthia Maughanii should follow the principle of "do not water, water thoroughly", and the frequency of watering in four seasons should be fixed according to the actual situation.Generally speaking, when the pot soil dry, and then pour permeable water.Also you can’t not water it for a long time, which will lead to water loss plants stop growing, and even wilt.Whatever the season, watch the Haworthia Maughanii pot soil more and water it properly if it dries.
Haworthia Maughanii needs plenty of sunlight to grow, which is acceptable except for the summer glare.Therefore, Haworthia Maughanii needs to be moved to a cool and ventilated place for maintenance during the summer when it is hot and exposed to the sun.In winter, it is best to keep Haworthia Maughanii indoors and in the sun to supplement the sun.
The temperature suitable for Haworthia MaughanII growth is between 10 ℃ and 30℃. In winter, the temperature should not be lower than 5℃, otherwise it will lead to slow growth, and if the temperature is lower, it will cause freezing damage.And the summer temperature can not exceed 30℃, must be timely shade cooling, usually can also spray moisturizing cooling around the pot.
Generally, Haworthia Maughanii does not need much fertilizer. To promote its growth, some calcium rich fertilizer can be applied, and adequate phosphate potash fertilizer is enough. Generally, thin fertilizer is applied once a month, rather than heavy fertilizer, which will lead to root burning necrosis of the plant, which is counterproductive.