The quick and convenient guide to growing your Haworthia Lion's Tooth Succulent!
Haworthia Lion's Tooth Succulent Plants
Haworthia is a really lovely little succulent that makes a very attractive small houseplant. These small, low growing plants form rosettes of fleshy green leaves that are generously covered with white, pearly warts or bands, giving them a distinctive appearance.
Growing Haworthia Lion's Tooth Succulent
Haworthia Lion's Tooth is not considered difficult houseplants to grow. As with all succulents, the most dangerous situation for you Haworthia Lion's Tooth is too much water.
Growing Succulent Plants In 3 Steps
#1 The Haworthia Lion's Tooth likes bright light, but not direct sunlight. Your succulent will do best in a room with a window facing east or west to provide bright light for a few hours a day. If the plant isn't getting enough light, its green color will fade. If you move your indoor Haworthia outdoors for the warmer months, ease the plant into more and more direct light following the hardening off guide.
#2 Always allow the soil dry out between waterings for your Haworthia Lion's Tooth. In the winter, reduce your watering to every other month. Never allow water to collect or sit on or near your plant.
#3 Your Haworthia Lion's Tooth likes warmer temperatures in the summer, and enjoys cooler temperatures in the winter (down to 50 degrees Fahrenheit). They can get a freezing injury at 40 degrees Fahrenheit or below. This plant doesn't need any humidity. What it does require is good ventilation, especially at night when they take in carbon dioxide for photosynthesis. You might use a fan to keep air circulating so your Haworthia can breathe.
Haworthia Lion's Tooth Succulent