Haworthia Cymbiformis 10cm Square
Haworthia Cymbiformis, or also known as the “Cathredal Window Haworthia” because of its translucent leave tips, is native to South Africa and belongs to the Asphodelaceae family. The genus name honors English botanist Adrian H. Haworth who lived from 1768 to 1833.
The rate at which these plants grow is influenced strongly by environmental factors such as food and water availability and the quality of the substrate. The leaves of the plant are bulbous and fleshy and some species have dark stripes running from the center of the plant to the tip of the leaves.
The succulent leaves of Haworthia cymbiformis are pale green, and the tips are translucent to allow more light into the leaves.