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Haworthia limifolia variegata in 4 Inch Live Succulent

Regular price $40.00 USD
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Origin and Habitat: Mozambique, Swaziland, Republic of South Africa (Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-Natal)
Description: Haworthia limifolia is a charming species, with large rosettes. It obtained its name “limifolia” (File Leafed) from the distinctive, dark brownish-green leaves, with transverse ridges of raised, horny, tubercles which resemble those of a coarse file and give it such a distinctive appearance.
Rosettes: Stemless, solitary or slowly proliferating with or without stolons and forming clumps of up to 20 rosettes, each rosette being 5-6 cm in diameter. The rosettes bear 12-30 broad triangular leaves giving them a characteristic pinwheel-like shape.
Note: Several robust clones, with larger rosettes up to 12(-15) cm in diameter has been selected and propagated ans a variegated form ( Haworthia limifolia f. variegata) is also known and very priced in cultivation.
Hardiness: Although the plant will survive mild frost if kept dry (hardy as low as 23° F) it should be protected from severe cold and prolonged frost conditions.
This is for one plant growing in a 4" inch container.
All of our plants are grown in the beautiful Temecula Valley in sunny Southern California, and we ship within the United States. All shipping Priority Mail and buyer pays shipping. California residents pay sales tax. Shipping is done Monday - Friday so plants don't get stuck at the Post Office over the weekend.
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