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Haworthia attenuata var. attenuata
Scientific Name: Haworthia attenuata var. attenuata Haw.
Synonym: Haworthia attenuata var. deltoidea, Haworthia attenuata var. linearis, Haworthia attenuata var. minissima, Haworthia attenuata var. odonoghueana, Haworthia attenuata var. uitewaaliana, Haworthia britteniana, Haworthia fasciata var. caespitosa, Haworthia attenuata var. caespitosa, Haworthia attenuata var. clariperla, Haworthia clariperla, Apicra attenuata, Haworthia attenuata var. britteniana, Aloe attenuata, Haworthia pumila ssp. attenuata, Aloe attenuata var. clariperla, Aloe clariperla, Haworthia attenuata, Haworthia attenuata, Haworthia attenuata, Haworthia attenuata var. inusitata
Family: Asphodelaceae
Haworthia  attenuata var. attenuata Recommended Temperature Zone:
USDA: 9-10

Frost Tolerance: Hardy to 30F (-1C)

Sun Exposure: Light shade to shade

Origin: South Africa (Eastern Cape)

Growth Habits: Stemless rosettes, 4 inches in diameter (10 cm), 5 inches tall (13 cm), heavily clumping

Watering Needs: regular water


Extremely variable species. Handsome, strikingly marked plants that eventually form large clumps. Will cluster/offset, but a bit more slowly.

Haworthia  attenuata var. attenuata

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Seeds, offsets

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