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They are nice little succulents that should stay relatively small and are less maintenance than neos. I water two days after the top of the medium is dry. A majority of my Haworthias come from Renny (link below), a vendor out of California. The inca Rose and comptoniana came from a random ebay vendor I rolled the dice one. I was fortunate on that gamble, those plants were well grown.

http://sales.maughanii.com/
 

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I have Haworthia 'Pearly Dots' that I've had for
30 years and it's huge and very pretty. It even
blooms about once every seven years.
 

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Two that just came through (the pygmaea and mutica hybrid) the door. I was more after the pygmaea, the mutica hybrid was more of a bidding itch casualty.

The obtusa nishiki is one I've had for a while that needed a new pot. It's got a little pup growing underneath it.

I'm done with new howarthias. Now the wait to see if they do ok next to the neo camp.

Haworthia Tiger Pygmaea by Marco, on Flickr

Haworthia Tiger Pygmaea by Marco, on Flickr

Haworthia 'wolfball K8' x 'silver mutica' by Marco, on Flickr

Haworthia 'wolfball K8' x 'silver mutica' by Marco, on Flickr

Howarthia Obtusa Nishiki by Marco, on Flickr
 

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Very nice! I especially like theObtusa. I’ll have to check out eBay!
 

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