Haworthia Reinwardtii Zebra Wart
(This plant comes in a 2 inch pot. All of our plants are grown under the same conditions, although not all the plants are the same. You will receive a similar plant in size and shape to the ones in the pictures. Our plants are hand-picked and carefully selected to bring you the best quality possible. Please allow us up to 3 business days to process your order. If you wish to receive your order on a specific date, or have special instructions, please add a note at the checkout . (The plant is shipped in its pot to prevent any damage to the roots).
Haworthia reinwardtii is a small species of succulent plant in the family of Asphodelaceae. The perennial succulent goes by common names “Zebra Wart” and “Giant Chin Cactus”. A native of Argentina, these summer-dormant plants grow up to 8 inches in height. Haworthia reinwardtii is globose-shaped and noted for being fragrance-free.
The Haworthia reinwardtii plant is slow-growing.
The flowers bloom in the season of spring with a pinkish-white shade.
Water and Feeding/Fertilizer
This variety of Haworthia needs less water to grow. If you overwater, the plant will not be able to grow properly.
Haworthia reinwardtii needs regular soil as other succulent plants. For better results, use the combination of peat moss and rich soil with sand.
These plants belong to the hardiness zone of 9b to 11b and frost tolerance of -1° C (30.2° F).
Giant chin cactus needs full sunlight to grow. If planted indoors, a proper sunlight spot is ideal for its growth.
Haworthia reinwardtii can be propagated through offsets. They grow below the surface around the mother plant.
“Zebra Wart” or “Giant Chin Cactus” is a beautiful succulent plant that grows perfectly. It looks great near the window and adds beauty to the home decor.
Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz
|Common Name||Giant chin cactus|
|Growth Rate||Full sun.|
|Hardiness Zone||9b to 11b|
|Pot Size||2 inch|
|Scientific Name||2 inch Haworthia reinwardtii|
|Sun Exposure||Deep shade|