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Fertilizer/ feed for the plant:The Haworthia Cooperi plant thrives in a well-draining succulent potting mix. At the time of planting, add a good amount of cow dung manure or compost to the potting mix.
Repotting : Repot your Cooperi once a year. This will ensure that your succulent gets fresh soil and ample room to grow.
Propagation : With time you will notice that your pot gets crowded with baby haworthias which are called Pups. For propagation cut off these pups from the mother plant and place them in a different pot when the pups are one third the size of the mother plant.
1. How much sun does the haworthia need?
Haworthia needs bright indirect light through the day for a healthy growth. A few hours of dappled/partial sun also works great.
2. Why is my Haworthia going limp?
Haworthias belong to the succulent family and love dry soil. Limp and mushy leaves are a classic sign of root rot due to waterlogged soil. Let the soil dry out completely in between waterings, once in three weeks is a safe bet.
3. Why are the leaves turning red?
Leaves going red are a sign of stress due to too much light. Move it to a spot with indirect light to reverse the colouring.
Light Requirements :Haworthias require bright indirect light through the day, they don't need long periods of direct light.
Locations :Areas near east, west. or south-facing windows are a good choice. Work tables, window sills, or shelves with ample indirect light is also a good choice.
Styling/decor tip :Haworthias are great additions to side tables and terrariums. Plant them in geometric monochrome planters for a more modern vibe. One good way to highlight the leaf patterns is by covering the topsoil with white stones to create and aesthetic contrast.
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The most common reason for haworthias dying is either over watering or under watering. If the soil is too dry and the leaf tips have browned, it is underwatering. If the growing medium is too wet and the leaves are mushy, the culprit is root trot.
Haworthias grow best in potting mix for succulents. The mixture is light and well draining.
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