This plant was described for the first time by Haworth. Its unique leaves are its main attraction. Proper stressing can cause the leaves to develop a reddish hue.
|Haworthia denticulata, Catevala denticulata, Haworthia setata, Aloe Denticulata.
|Spring and summer
|It grows to a height of about 12 inches and a similar width when mature.
|USDA Zone 10a-11b.
|Average Mature Height & Width:
|It grows to a height of about 12 inches and similar width when mature.
|The plant is dormant in winter.
Haworthia Aristata Physical Characteristics
It has bluish-green leaves whose tips are slightly translucent. Its leaf margins have teeth. The leaves are incurved, and a mature one gets to an average of 2.4 inches and 0.6 inches wide.
The rosettes are tiny, some growing to a maximum of 3.6 inches in diameter. It clusters, forming offsets to colonize an area after a while.
It has a flower stalk from which white flowers grow. The flowers also have brown veins.
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