Haworthia cooperi

Haworthia Cooperi (S)


Haworthia Cooperi is a beautiful succulent growing in small clumps of tiny, fleshy, light green leaves. The entire leaf tip is transparent making it look like a little globule bubble. In the wild where the sun is very bright the plant grows mostly buried by sand with only these transparent tips above the ground. This little gem will take pride of place in your home and will delight and amaze all year round and comes in its grow pot.


Provide bright indirect light or some morning sun on a windowsill. Direct midday or afternoon sunlight will harm the plant. Can tolerate brief periods of drought but small consistent watering patterns will keep your plant lush. If grown outside, the plant will survive with a more erratic watering schedule.

growth CARE LEVEL Easy
water WATER Low maintenance watering schedule
allow soil to dry between watering
sun LIGHT Indirect Light
size PLANT SIZE Grows to 15cm

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For every plant we sell here at Hello Houseplant we will plant a tree in bushfire affected regions of our country in partnership with One Tree Planted.

One Tree Planted has a five-year plan to plant up to one million trees in Bushfire Recovery Nurseries around Australia alongside the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW), local governments and other community partners to rebuild natural habitat with indigenous tree species.

Thank you for choosing to buy a plant from us. Your purchase will not just bring joy to your life but will contribute to restoring our country's environment for many generations to come. 

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