Haworthia fasciata (haw-WORTH-ee-uh fass-ee-AY-tuh) now named Haworthiopsis fasciata is a succulent plant, native to South Africa shrub lands. Haworthia plants are often compared to Ox Tongue plants (Gasteria) and sometimes even confused
The Aloe Blue Elf is a hybrid with compact growth habit. These plants can withstand heat, neglect, and drought with relative ease. It produces stems with oral orange, red flower stalks. This article shares tips on growing and care.
Aloe Vaombe (Malagasy Tree Aloe) is a considerably large and beautiful, exotic, unbranched evergreen succulent aloe. The leaves are fleshy, smooth, and dark green with white teeth-like thorns on their curved edges. This article shares growing and care information.
All the succulent Haworthia varieties are easy to grow, fun to collect, and make excellent additions to small space gardens. These small plants require less light than most succulents. Click on this article to learn about the many types of Haworthia.
The Haworthia Obtusa is a small succulent Haworthia species originating from the Eastern Cape of South Africa. Like an aloe plant, the haworthia obtusa [ha-WORTH-ee-a ob-TOO-suh] belongs to the aloaceae
Aloe aristata [AL-oh a-ris-TAH-tuh], is a hardy succulent with distinct leaves. In English-speaking countries, these “aloe plants” go by the following common names: Lace Aloe Guinea-fowl Aloe Torch plant The
Aloe humilis (AL-oh HEW-mil-is) is an evergreen, perennial succulent member of the Asphodelaceae (as-foh-del-AY-see-ee) family hailing from the Eastern and Western capes of South Africa. Its common names include: Spider
Aloe deltoideodonta (AL-oh del-toy-dee-oh-DON-tuh), named for the triangular teeth along its leaves. Deltoideodonta hails from south-central Madagascar. It is a perfect addition for aloe fans who want something on the
The Haworthia (ha-WORTH-ee-a) genus is a small collection of succulents from the Western Cape of South Africa. These, along with Aloes belong to the subfamily Asphodeloideae (ass-fo-del-oy-de-ay-ee), a member of
Haworthia reinwardtii [ha-WORTH-ee-a rine-WARD-tee-eye] is native to the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa and makes a wonderful houseplant or addition to a succulent garden. The basal rosettes of the
Aloe Arborescens [aL-oh ar-bo-RES-senz], commonly known as the Candelabra plant. It is an evergreen perennial succulent from the Asphodelaceae family and Aloe genus. The name comes from the plants’ ability
Aloiampelos ciliaris [AL-oh-AM-pel-ohs] [sil-ee-AIR-iss] formerly classified as Aloe ciliaris, is a fast-growing succulent from the Eastern Cape of South Africa. Aloiampelos ciliaris is commonly called the common climbing aloe. It’s
Haworthia Cooperi plants [Ha-WORTH-ee-a, Koo-PER-ee] are a varied and diverse plant species from the Asphodelaceae family. These plants are widespread in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. Many gardeners prefer succulent
Haworthia cymbiformis [ha-WORTH-ee-a, cymbiformis] is native to South Africa and belongs to the Asphodelaceae family. There are approximately seventy South African Haworthia species. The genus name honors English botanist Adrian
The small Haworthia Retusa [ha-WORTH-ee-a re-TOO-suh] is a popular succulent plant with a short rosette of thick, triangular leaves. It’s one of many flowering plants, like haworthia cuspidata and haworthia
Haworthia truncata (ha-WORTH-ee-a, trunk-AH-tuh) is a succulent plant species in the Haworthia genus and Asphodelaceae family. Learn more about the fascinating world of Haworthia Succulent Plant Care. This perennial is
Aloe Brevifolia [Al-oh, brev-ee-FOH-lee-uh] is a flowering Aloe plant species of the family Asphodelaceae. An evergreen succulent perennial plant native to the Western Cape in South Africa. It is endangered
Aloe marlothii [AL-oh, mar-LOTH-ee-eye] is a large evergreen succulent plant type native to Botswana, Mozambique, Swaziland, the Republic of South Africa, and Zimbabwe. As with many other plants in the Aloe
Aloe striata Haw. [AL-oh, stree-AH-tuh] is a unique evergreen drought-tolerant succulent type of Aloe from the Asphodelaceae family. This frost-hardy, South African aloe species is widely found in the southern Cape Floristic Region
Aloe polyphylla [AL-oh, pol-ee-FIL-uh] is an evergreen succulent perennial plant type belonging to the Asphodelaceae family. This plant grows naturally in southern Africa in the Maluti mountains located in Lesotho,
Haworthia Attenuata [ha-WORTH-ee-a, at-ten-yoo-AY-tuh] refers to a small succulent plant belonging to the genus Haworthiopsis in the Asphodelaceae family. This species of evergreen plants are native to the Eastern Cape
Haworthia coarctata [ha-WORTH-ee-a] [koh-ARK-tay-tuh] is a flowering succulent native to the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. It’s part of the Asphodelaceae family and the genus formerly known as “haworthia.”