Is this what an etiolated haworthia looks like?
I was told to not bring succulents into an office environment, but if I really wanted to, a haworthia could survive. So I brought in this haworthia and it doesn't look as good as when I bought it. You can see in the photo that the bottom is weakening and even shriveling a bit, and the top looks stretched out. Is this what they mean by etiolated? I live in Utah where I can't take it outside yet, so is my only solution to put it by a big window and give it more light?