This is one of the most sought-after plants in this genus. It has a unique retuse foliage. Its leaves have visible white stripes ranging from olive green to red. The color of the leaves differs widely across the species between the two colors mentioned.
|Late winter to spring.
|Between 23.9 and 32oC (75-90oF). The lowest temperature should be at -4.4oC (40oF).
|USDA Zone 9-11
|Average Mature Height & Width:
|It rises to an average maximum of 30 cm spreading to 20 cm.
Haworthia Bayeri Physical Characteristics
It has rounded leaf tips which are slightly different from other plants in the genus that tend to have pointed leaves. The plant has relatively deep longitudinal lines. The plant forms a single rosette in which leaves are arranged in two or three concentric rings, with the oldest leaves on the outermost ring and the youngest at the center.
Its growth is somewhat below the surface of the ground. It rarely forms offsets. The color of individual plants in the species differs from region to region. One mature plant usually has 15-20 triangular leaves.
It produces an inflorescence that is about one foot tall, and it bears 15-25 flowers. The raceme is unbranched, narrow, and upright. This plant blooms, producing whitish flowers, the type you find in a typical Haworthia.
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