These compact plants, native to Southern Africa were first cultivated in the early 1900s.In less than a hundred years, the Haworthia plants found their way from South Africa to homes across the globe.
It rarely grows bigger than four inches in diameter and more than a few inches tall.
It grows best in bright light and warm, dry climates, but it can tolerate partial shade outdoors. Indoors, place the plant on a windowsill that allows the plant to get lots of sunlight throughout the day, without constant direct sunlight
If the leaves turn white or yellow, the plant is getting too much sun. If the green color slowly fades, it’s not getting enough sun.