Haworthia radula - hankey aloe - succulentBack in stock: Now
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Dramatic little succulent which clumps up into a group of dark rosettes speckled and frecked with a dusting of white. PS - Don't blow your nose on this one; Hankey is a place in South Africa where the succulent originates.
Haworthiopsis attenuata var radula - Hankey dwarf aloeAPPEARANCE : Easy care succulent, forming rosettes of fat dark bronze-green leaves dotted with raised white bumps, producing a slightly roughened surface. (Radula means "scraper") .
USE FOR : Ornamental plant ideal in well lit areas indoors, or waterwise and rockery gardens in dry zones.
PLANTING: Plant in free draining soil in pots or out in the garden, taking care to keep the crown above the soil. Likes it a little shadier than many succulents, filtered light is ideal. Protect plants from frost.
CARE: Plants require little water. Weekly watering during the warmer months will keep plants looking lush. Fertilise during spring with an organic liquid feed mixed at half rate. If potted plants become crowded as pups develop, remove young plants and share with neighbours or re-pot.
HEIGHT & WIDTH: each rosette 15cm H x 15cm W
YOUR PLANTS: These are tubestock plants with a healthy young root system and will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80 mm x 42 mm wide. Your plants may be supplied as 'plugs', slightly smaller than our usual tubestock but with a healthy root system ready for planting or potting on.
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