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Haworthia 'Frosty Morning' - Haworthia - Asphodelaceae (The Asphodel Family)
Haworthia 'Frosty Morning' - Haworthia - Haworthia 'Frosty Morning' is a stunning cultivar with large leaves with flattened heart-shaped tips heavily covered in white hairs that can flush pink.
Haworthia 'Frosty Morning' - Haworthia 'Frosty Morning' is a stunning cultivar with large leaves with flattened heart-shaped tips heavily covered in white hairs that can flush pink.


 
9cm
Price: $41.99
Zone Hardiness: 9-11
Light: Full Sun, Part Sun
Height: under 4"
Width: under 4"
Flower Colour: White/Cream

Stock Status: Available This Year
Availability: Available this season for pick-up or shipping from September onwards.
Product Code: 10417
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Description Fine Print
 
Haworthia is an intriguing genus related to Aloe and native to southern Africa. Most form small rosettes of succulent foliage often with translucent tips or "light pipes" that allow light to enter into the leaves -- which are often half buried in sand in the wild -- for photosynthesis. 'Frosty Morning' is a stunning cultivar with large leaves with flattened heart-shaped tips heavily covered in white hairs that can flush pink. Deeper tones can develop in more light or with stress. Easy to grow. Tolerant of lower light than other succulents and cool temperatures but best kept above freezing.
Details
  • Class: Evergreen
  • Soil Moisture: Dry, Drought Tolerant
  • Flowering Time: Summer
  • Fragrant: No
  • Foliage Colour: Variegated - Cream/White, Burgundy/Red/Purple
  • Deer Resistant: Unknown
  • Attracts:
  • Habitat: Native to southern Africa, where it grows in areas of summer rainfall and winter drought, in rocky soils at elevation where water drains sharply.
  • Geographical Origin: Europe and Africa - Southern Africa and Madagascar
  • BC Native: No

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