Haworthia Retusa, Star Cactus – Succulent Plant
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Haworthia Retusa is low to the ground succulent with a rosette on the surface that grows largely in the ground.
The Star Cactus plant rarely grows more than four or five inches in length, even when cultivated.
It also produces offsets, which are clumps of plants that grow around the mother plant.
Place your Succulent plant in the Balcony Garden.
Place your Haworthia Retusa plant in Direct Bright Sunlight.
Your Haworthia Retusa is a succulent native to the dry regions of South Africa that thrives in the bright light.
Maintain a comfortable ambient temperature for your star cactus plant, with light shade but enough bright light.
Water your Haworthia Retusa plant when the soil is dry. It doesn't require frequent watering, like most succulents.
Water the soil gently during the summer. Watering can be reduced to every other month in the winter.
Your Haworthia Retusa should be planted in a cactus and succulent mix or potting soil with good drainage.
Add sand to ordinary potting soil to increase drainage.
Always use a pot for your exotic plant with holes for drainage.
During the summer, use a cactus fertiliser on your Succulent plants.
Your Star Cactus Plant doesn't need fertilizer: in winter.
Your Haworthia Retusa is a low-maintenance plant that doesn't harm people, pets, or other plants.
You may need to pick up the dried petals once the little white blossoms wilt. Your garden succulent plants don't require any care beyond this basic task.
Haworthia Retusa can be propagated by gathering offsets or leaf or stem cuttings.
Carefully remove the mother plant from the soil to propagate the offsets. Trim the baby plants off the mother stem with a sharp knife.
Are the leaves on your Haworthia Retusa plants turning yellow? If you answered yes, your star cactus is probably getting too much water. Allow the soil to dry completely and check if the leaves are becoming green or not.
Are your Star Cactus plants' leaves starting to wrinkle? It indicates that your plant requires water. Water your plant right away.
Haworthia Retusa is a succulent plant with a little rosette of triangular leaves. It's one of the numerous flowering plants in the genus Haworthia and the family Asphodelaceae, including Haworthia Cuspidata and Haworthia Cooperi.