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Family: Asphodelaceae

 Haworthia limifolia
 
  
Author:  Hermann Wilhelm Rudolf Marloth 1910
Family:  Asphodelaceae
Habitat:  Southern Africa, Mozambique, Swaziland
Soil:  Mix
Water:  Medium
Sun:  Medium
Thickness:  15 centimetres
Height:  12 centimetres
Flower:  White
Reproduction:  Seeds/Cuttings/Off-springs
Pop names:  Fairy Washboards
Synonyms:  Haworthia limifolia fa. diploidea, Haworthia limifolia fa. marlothiana, Haworthia limifolia fa. schuldtiana, Haworthia limifolia fa. tetraploidea, Haworthia limifolia fa. variegata, Haworthia limifolia var. diploidea, Haworthia limifolia var. marlothiana, Haworthia limifolia var. schuldtiana, Haworthia limifolia var. stolonifera, Haworthia limifolia var. tetraploidea, Haworthia keithii, Haworthia limifolia fa. major, Haworthia limifolia fa. pimentelii, Haworthia limifolia var. keithii, Haworthia limifolia var. striata
   This member of the Asphodelaceae family was described by Hermann Wilhelm Rudolf Marloth in 1910. It is found in the Southern part of Africa, growing on eastern facing hills, in grit or well-drained soil. It get some water and some sun and even frost at night at winter nights. The plant will raises for 12 centimetres, the flower-stand for 30 centimetres or more. The flowers are white, and it can be reproduced both by seeds, leaves-cuttings and offshoots.