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H. lockwoodii

Posted by Beachplants Z11 (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 31, 12 at 8:39

Hi, here is a pic of my H. lockwoodii! They look a little different to normal variations in Haworthia and this one is close to hand in size! I love it for its papery leaves. BP


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RE: H. lockwoodii

Ahhhhhhhhhhhh, why are some succulents so pretty in a weird
Way.wow that is a Hawthorn.


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RE: H. lockwoodii

Very cool plant! Did you rase it from seed? Im sure my sister would love to add that to her haworthia collection.


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RE: H. lockwoodii

Thanks, no, not from seed. But definitely worth to have, pretty big one. Also heavy in the hand, if that makes sense, usually haworthia's (plants) are light in the hand, when you transplant.


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Now that is where experience and knowledge comes in handy. I would have thought that the plant was dying and cut off the "dead" part. Silly me. Gorgeous plant!


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That's an interesting looking plant. It looks a bit like scales of a lily bulb.


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  • Posted by teatree zone 8b/Oregon (My Page) on
    Tue, Jul 31, 12 at 20:07

I so love that Haw. It's a stunner, and I'll be stunned if I'm ever able to get my hands on one. It's such an interesting form. Wish I could find!


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RE: H. lockwoodii

Thanks Penny, a little less sun and the leaves stay more green, but this is the normal look.

Karyn, reminds me of climbing onion!

Thank TT, you should be able to locate it somewhere there, I am sure.


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