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Haworthia Glabrata are succulent plants which are very small and are endemic to some regions of South Africa such as Namibia, Mozambique, Swaziland, Lesotho and South Africa. Both the indoor container and outdoor container are suitable for the growth of the plant.
It belongs to the subfamily Asphodeloideae. It prefers to grow healthily in shades of places like that of patio setting and also is perfect for the windowsill gardens. The growth rate of this plant is greatly dependent on the soil type, season, sunlight and etc.
These plants are easy to grow and are likely to grow well when neglected.
Watering regularly at a medium rate is good for its growth and growing it in a container seems suitable for its healthy proliferation.
Being a plant mainly used for decorating purposes these plants grow well when kept indoor in light shades.
Summer seasons require a generous way of watering and also watering must be done evenly.
Between watering the plants the soil should be left to get dried up.
Winter months require less watering as compared to the summer months while a collection of water in the rosette must not be allowed anytime.
Potting soil which is of fast-draining type mixed with sand can provide a better growth in case of these plants.
Cactus mix soil can also be an option for growing these plants healthily.
Sunlight is obviously necessary for these plants but avoiding any kind of direct sunlight will be better and bright light is good for the growth.
Yellowish leaves or whitish ones confirm the excessive sunlight received by the plants.
A whole year of good treatment of these plants will lead to the birth of the flowers at the end of those long stems.
Flowering or blooming time is generally the summer months.
The plants mainly grow to a height from fifteen to thirty centimeter or six to twelve inches.
Repotting is enough if it's done by using new soil each time instead of using fertilizers as fertilizing is not really that much necessary for these plants.
These plants are not at all harmful to pets or children but must be handled carefully due to the presence of spikes.
These serve as one of the best decorative plants.