Haworthia reinwardtii 'African Pearls'


Instead of forming a singular rosette, Haworthia reinwardtii 'African Pearls’ features petite, incurving leaves stacked up a series of stems reaching up to 8 inches in length. Each leaf sports a deep green base hue, accented by linear rows of tiny pearly white tubercles, which lend the plant it common name. In brighter light conditions, the pointed tip of each leaf will flush a deep maroon hue, adding yet another layer of contrast to this spectacular little specimen.

To assure the best growth of ‘African Pearls’ columnar rosettes and to encourage the plant’s annual white blooms, be sure to provide this unique variety with bright but indirect light, such as on a tabletop a few feet from a sunny window. Beyond this, the single most important thing you can do to ensure success with ‘African Pearls’ is to avoid overwatering. As such, be sure to utilize a porous soil mixture within a well-draining pot, provide ample airflow around the leaves and soil surface, and water on a thorough but infrequent schedule.

Last but not least, take steps to protect this tender succulent from frosty temperatures during the winter months, to avoid damage to the dense leaves.

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