Thursday, August 27, 2009

Haworthia nigra

Continuing with haworthias: Some haworthias grow flat to the ground, exposing only their upper surface, while others form lovely hard-bodied clumps like this Haworthia nigra. Oringinally described as an Astroloba, H. nigra can be quite variable in color and form and are fairly easy to grow and reproduce as it is usually slowly proliferous or stoloniferous. Beautiful plants.

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