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Haworthia Cooperi (2.5")
Haworthia Cooperi is a stemless, rare succulent that forms rosettes of fleshy, smooth, and round-tipped lovely blue-green translucent-patterned leaves that look like tiny clear watermelons and can grow only between 3 and 5-inches tall and 4-inches in diameter.

Haworthia Cooperi (2.5")

  • Water at least once a week, or whenever the top two inches of soil feel dry and be sure to let it drain completely.
  • Haworthia Cooperi is a bit shy when it comes to light exposure. So if you are planning to grow yours outdoors, find a spot where it can get about 4 to 5 hours of bright, indirect morning sunlight per day. But if you want to grow it as an indoor houseplant, you can display this plant near an east or west-facing window where it can get just the right amount of light it needs.