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Zebra (Haworthia fasciata) Unexpected baby!

Posted by janet-g 9 (My Page) on
Fri, May 18, 12 at 6:35

My Zebra has had babies before, by growing little ones around its base. Now it has surprised me by sending out a flower shoot and developing a baby halfway down it! I am at a loss as to what to do now. The baby doesn't appear to have any roots. Can someone enlighten me?
Thanx,
Jan

Here is a link that might be useful: Zebra baby


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RE: Zebra (Haworthia fasciata) Unexpected baby!

Pretty cool! Yeah, that happens. I have the same thing happening on a different Haworthia. I've been letting mine develop before I pop it off. You can cut the rest of the stem off and let it keep growing for a while, best to let it get to a nice size first since it will grow much faster connected. You shouldn't have any trouble rooting it.


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RE: Zebra (Haworthia fasciata) Unexpected baby!

Thank you!


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RE: Zebra (Haworthia fasciata) Unexpected baby!

I wanted to show you my odd little pup.
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