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Haworthia attenuata is a columnar forming rosette with white rough horizontal stripes on the undersides of stiff deep green leaves. The rosettes can get to 4 inches across and it offsets slowly, eventually forming clumps of columns up to 5 inches high. Inflorescence are16 inches tall, white flower with green veins. In full sun, the green in a Haworthia attenuata will turn an alternately beautiful reddish-purple.
Spotted on Nov 9, 2012
Submitted on Jun 1, 2013