Haworthia truncata 'Harry Johnson’ is rosette-shaped and grows leaves with a somewhat pointy end. The plant originates in South Africa and belongs to the family of Asphodelaceae. This plant can grow up to a height of 6 inches.
The succulent grows at a fast pace. It usually produces flowers after the longest day of the year which falls in the summer season.
The flowers are small and white in color. The blunt end of these flowers is often transparent and a sight to see.
Watering and Feeding
Water the plant deeply but infrequently. Remember that they can survive being not watered for long, but can rot if overwatered. You can feed the plant with a succulent fertilizer to improve the coloring of the flowers.
Make the soil fast draining to keep the roots happy. Try to simulate an environment that resembles sandy and rocky soils. Include large particles like perlite, pumice, or bark.
The good news is that Haworthia truncata 'Harry Johnson’ is frost-hardy. It has a frost tolerance of -1° C (30° F). Keep in mind its frost tolerance of 10-11.
Since the species is known to grow at the base of rocks and bushes, it enjoys partial sunlight. Haworthia 'Harry Johnson’ can tolerate low light environments extremely well but can fall weak if it goes too long without any sunlight.
Haworthia 'Harry Johnson’ can be propagated through leaf cuttings, seeds, and offset division. Offset division is undoubtedly the easiest method.
This plant can flexibly grow and nurture both outdoors and at your home. While it does appreciate being taken care of, it can thrive in basic nurturing conditions too.
|Blooming Season||Blooms repeatedly|
|Hardiness Zone||to -1.1|
|Scientific Name||Haworthia Harry johnson|
|Sun Exposure||Partial shade|
Pretty translucent tipped plant! Great add...
Pretty translucent tipped plant! Great addition.