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Haworthia turgida

$1.65 USD

Haworthia Turgida is commonly known as “Windowpane Plant”. This is a tiny succulent with rosettes of shiny green leaves. The summer-dormant plant grows up to a height of 3 to 5 inches. Haworthia Turgida has its origin in the Cape Province of South Africa and belongs to the Asphodelaceae family.

Growth Rate

Haworthia turgida has a fast growth rate and can be grown indoors.


This lovely plant produces a single upright stem that blooms in spring, which eventually sprouts tiny, green flowers. The flowers are tube-shaped and usually last only a few days.

Watering and Feeding

The Windowpane plant is a drought-tolerant succulent that does not require daily watering. These plants do not require much fertilizer. To keep them healthy and growing well, you can fertilize them once or twice a year with a cactus fertilizer.


As this variety of Haworthia grows wild on rocky cliff sides, it's easy to guess what kind of soil it prefers. It is best to use well-draining soil that contains coarse sand or gravel.


Even though the Windowpane plant can withstand mild frost if kept dry (hardy to -5° C or 23° F) and has a hardiness zone of 10a to 11b, it should be protected from cold weather and continuous frost.


This houseplant requires full to partial sun exposure. It prefers at least six hours of sunlight per day.


Haworthia turgida is not only simple to grow, but is also easy to propagate. Offset removal is the most popular method of propagating this clumping succulent.

Haworthia Turgida “Windowpane Plant” is a low-maintenance succulent that is a fantastic addition to any room.

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