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CheyKroening

Haworthiopsis Attenuata

  • Season Icon Mid AutumnMid Autumn 2017
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CheyKroening

Help me identify this plant

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CheyKroening

#plantid

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PunkyKy

I just got one just like it....I think it might be a haworthia attenuata ’enon’....but I'm not quite sure I'm going to have to go looking ....I was just about to post a pic of mine and start looking for the correct id.... but I think that's what mine is too....looks like my little baby one I have. @cyndi but let me do some checking

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PunkyKy

I know it's not a zebra haworthia though @cyndi sorry Justin. ☺ But we'll try to find the correct tag for it.

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PunkyKy

Justin....I wish they wouldn't mislabel some of these. 'Zebra' haworthia's are grown as haworthia 'faciata' .... I do believe what you have here is a haworthia attenuata var attenuata or a haworthia attenuata var radula. @cyndi here is a link http://succulent-plant.com/families/aloaceae/haworthia.html it's all confusing lol🤗

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CheyKroening

@PunkyKy thank you I will change the label! I just bought this last night and it had no label with it :/

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PunkyKy

If you look at my pic I posted and tagged you in ealrier....i guess they categorize them all as zebra haworthia....even though they don't have the typical stripes like the faciata does. It's so weird. Some have stripes....some have dots... my haworthia attenuata enon has dots....i have a fasciata that is striped....then I have this new haworthia attenuata that I think is a var attenuata with dots. It's so confusing!

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CheyKroening

Yes I completely agree I have one that has stripes so I thought I was getting a new kind lol apparently not :)

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