Zebra Plant -- Haworthia fasciata
This succulent is great for your indoor succulent garden. It has thick, dark green leaves with white horizontal strips on the outside of the leaves. The inside of the leaves are smooth. #zebraplant #haworthia #succulent #indoorsucculentgarden #indoorsuccs #haworthiafasciata #succulentsandsunshine #succulent
Haworthia fasciata is a species in the genus Haworthia. It is sometimes referred to as zebra cactus. The plants are generally small, less than 6" high. The triangular shaped leaves are dark green with narrow white crested strips on the outside. The texture of this plant will surprise you. Uses: A great little plant for the rock garden or for mixed containers Full Sun to Part Shade Zone 9-11 Height 4-6"
Free Plant Identification
Haworthia With Dry Tips: Zebra Plant Succulent, Haworthia fasciata - Your stunning succulent is prized for its stiff pointed leaves with white dotted parallel ridges giving it a textural appearance and a great contrast against the dark green foliage. If outdoors, keep in full or partial sun and water sparingly - only water when the soil feels dry to the touch. Does not tolerate frost so bring indoors in bright, indirect light to protect during any freezing temperatures. Drying of the leaf…
Stunning Succulent Arrangements
Most succulents are light-lovers, but a surprising number prefer bright shade and do well as windowsill plants. Among these are striped zebra plants (haworthias) and kalanchoes that bloom in every warm hue. As I explain how to select and care for your indoor, low-light lovelies, we’ll make a dish garden perfect for an office, apartment or shady garden alcove <3
Haworthia fasciata - Zebra Plant
Product Details Highlights Zebra Plant (now named Haworthiopsis fasciata) (Rowley): Named for the distinctive white bumps that line the outside of its leaves. In nature, it grows in the shrublands of South Africa with acidic soil and partial shade or filtered light. Its ability to tolerate low light makes it a fantastic indoor succulent. Haworthia are able to tolerate low, indoor light, making them excellent houseplants, even for beginners. They are particularly easy to grow and rarely…
Aphelandra Zebra Houseplant – Growing Info And Zebra Plant Care
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Faux 25”H Mix Greens Plant (Set of 2) - Faux Trees N' Shrubs
With mango fern, boston fern, diffenbachia and a zebra plant mixed in this exotic artificial plant is a sight to behold! From white stripes that follow the veins of some leaves, to the splatter of light yellow in the center of others, the lovely combination of variegated leaves make for playful patterns displayed across each individual plant's foliage in a unique display. Dress up your living room table by making this your room's centerpiece.