-36%
,

Haworthia Mutica Plant- Succulent Plant

1)Name of Plant ( common Name/ scientific name)- Pearl Plant / Haworthia mutica

2) Type of plant (Indoor/outdoor)- Indoor

3) Size of pot it comes in-  4 inches

4) Seasonal/ perennial-  Perennial

5) Flowering/ Foliage- Foliage

6) Place to keep- Indirect sunlight

Availability:

456 in stock

290.00 450.00

456 in stock

Estimated delivery date 2024/07/21
860.00 for 3 item(s)

Haworthia mutica plant

Description of Haworthia mutica plant

Haworthia mutica is small succulent plant has green and striped leaves with flat tops. In addition each leaf is “windowed” to allow sunlight into the plant. It is a slow grower, but great for beginners. Also when happily stressed, the leaves can turn orange. It is a succulent plant found naturally in South Africa’s Cape Province. What’s more it looks quite similar to other types like Haworthia retusa and often causes confusion. Moreover the plant has triangular-shaped leaves that are usually marked with stripes too. Also in its natural habitat, it doesn’t often produce offsets, though cultivated clones may do so easily.

Also it is a succulent plant originating from the Cape Province of South Africa. Furthermore has distinctive triangular leaves marked with stripes, often resembling other species like Haworthia retusa. In addition in its natural environment, it seldom produces offsets, though cultivated varieties may do so more readily. Haworthia mutica plant is a slow-growing, hardy species, is content with the harshest of environments while amplifying its appeal.

Plant Specifications

Common Name Pearl plant, Haworthia minor
Maximum Reachable Height Up to 10 cm
Flower Colour Greenish to brownish-white
Bloom Time Late winter to summer
Difficulty Level Easy to grow

Haworthia mutica plant Care

Growing these succulents isn’t particularly challenging . If you can successfully care for an Aloe plant on a sunny windowsill, you’ll likely have no trouble with a Haworthia. Furthermore like all succulents, the biggest risk is overwatering. It’s crucial to avoid letting them sit in water at any time. However, despite their low maintenance, these small decorative plants can thrive in creative containers like teacups or even miniature baby shoes. In addition if you receive a Haworthia in such a container, just make sure it has proper drainage to keep your plant healthy.

Sunlight Bright indirect light.
Watering when soil feels dry to touch
Soil Moreover it requires well drained soil
Temperature Ideal: 22 to 35 degrees Celsius.
Fertilizer Also apply organic fertilizer

Haworthia mutica plant Special Feature

  • Haworthia is a succulent that survives and thrives in the summer.
  • Besides it stands out with its triangular-shaped leaves, distinguishing it from other succulents.
  • Also these leaves often feature stripes or striations, enhancing its visual appeal.
  • IHowever in its natural habitat, it rarely produces offsets, though cultivated varieties may do so more readily.
  • In addition one notable variation, H. mutica var. nigra, has darker, almost black leaves.
  • Moreover native to the Cape Province of South Africa, this plant thrives in arid conditions and tolerates drought well.
  • Furthermore it is popularly grown as an ornamental plant, both indoors and outdoors, thanks to its unique appearance and easy care requirements.

Uses

Furthermore like many succulent plants, primarily revolve around ornamental purposes. It’s often grown as a houseplant or in gardens for its attractive appearance and low maintenance requirements. Besides some people also cultivate it for collection purposes due to its unique characteristics and variations. Lastly, like other succulents, it can contribute to indoor air purification by absorbing pollutants. However, Haworthia mutica plant is not typically utilized for medicinal and culinary purposes.

Ornamental Use:

  • Best for small pots and for rock gardens

Disclaimer : The image is for reference purposes only. The actual product may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.

click here .

Based on 0 reviews

0.0 overall
0
0
0
0
0

Be the first to review “Haworthia Mutica Plant- Succulent Plant”

There are no reviews yet.