Haworthia Retusa Star Cactus
Haworthia Retusa Star Cactus
Haworthia Retusa Star Cactus

Haworthia Retusa Star Cactus


  • This Haworthia Retusa Star Cactus ships in a 4"cup
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Haworthia Retusa - Star Cactus are able to tolerate low, indoor light, making them excellent houseplants, even for beginners. They are particularly easy to grow and rarely affected by common succulent pests and diseases. Strong, drought-tolerant roots will grow if they have great drainage and infrequent water. Pick deep containers with drainage holes and a gritty, well-draining soil that is 50% to 70% mineral grit (coarse sand, pumice, or perlite). Water deeply enough for water to run out the drainage hole and allow the soil to completely dry before watering again.

This genus tolerates high heat by slowing down and eventually going dormant in the peak of summer. This means that, unlike other succulents, it is important not to over-water or fertilize during summer dormancy and water a bit more frequently in the winter growing season. Haworthia are slow growers and tend to stay small in pots, but they will produce new offsets in clumps around their bases. These offsets can be left to develop into a dense clump or pulled off and transplanted.

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Drought tolerant 

Pet safe, non-toxic

Additional features: Pet Safe and Drought Tolerant

This Haworthia Retusa - Star Cactus comes in a 4" cup

Light: Does best in Filtered to partial sun or moderate to low indoor light.

Size: Maximum height can reach up to 5" tall.

Hardy up to zone 10 View Map

Characteristics: Rosette is made up of triangular green succulent leaves with recurved shape. Small white flowers have the ability to bloom under the right conditions.

Growth Rate: Slow

Soil & Water: Use cactus soil or well draining soil with perlite or sand for additional drainage and pot with drainage holes. Repotting is not necessary as this is a rather smaller succulent.

Use cactus soil or well draining soil with perlite or sand for additional drainage.

Ensure the pot has drainage holes as succulents cannot tolerate standing water.

Allow soil to completely dry before watering.

Prefers cooler temperatures and can survive as low as 50°, actually goes dormant during the hot summer months

Other common names: Window Succulent and Aloe Retusa.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: 10 - 12

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Haworthia Retusa Star Cactus

The Haworthia succulents are native to South Africa, generally displaying their blooms on the end of long stems called inflorescence. Although blooming periods depend on their climates and type, Haworthias typically blooming in the summer or autumn months. The Star Cactus is named after their flowers which resemble a bright white star with a yellow center.

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