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The Haworthia plant is a succulent perennial plant and the plant is also called pearl, zebra cactus, star window, and cushion aloe. The Haworthia plant is a large genus of small, slow-growing succulent plants that look like mini aloe plants with rosettes of fleshy green leaves generously covered with white pearly warts or bands. The Haworthia plants are commonly kept as indoor plants, the plant requires bright light but not all-day full sun, preferring temperatures between seventy to ninety-five degrees Fahrenheit. This wonderful succulent perennial plant thrives in sandy, well-draining soil. To learn how to grow Haworthia visit is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to