Zebra Haworthia succulent Plant\u00a0is great for your home or office desk or indoor succulent garden. It is a favourite household succulent even for beginners because of its ability to tolerate low light and easiness of maintenance. Above all, this cute plant rarely affected by common succulent pests and diseases. in fact, this slow-growing zebra plant is particularly hard to kill.\u00a0It also propagates easily, which makes it perfect for arrangements or gifts. The Zebra Haworthia forms a rosette of leaves. Its triangular-shaped thick green leaves have white bumps like strips on the outsides which resembles a zebra. The species has similar markings to Haworthia attenuata. The two are therefore frequently confused with each other. It is also commonly mistaken for Aloe vera. Scientific Name:\u00a0Haworthiopsis Fasciata Common Name: Zebra Plant, Zebra Haworthia, Haworthia fasciata Family:\u00a0Xanthorrhoeaceae Flowering:\u00a0Blooms in the Summer\u00a0(may not indoors). Small tubular white or pink flowers that\u00a0grow on a tall, thin stem. Benefit: Air Purifier Zebra Haworthia Care Unlike other succulents, it is important not to over-water or fertilize Zebra Plant\u00a0during summer dormancy and water more frequently in the winter growing season. Light: Partial\/filtered sun or Low Indoor Light.\u00a0Direct sun can burn the leaves. Leaves will turn into white or Yellow. Soil:\u00a0Use well-drained soil and provides plenty of air to the small roots. Use a cactus mix or potting soil mixed with perlite and sand. Water: Water once every two weeks, letting the soil media dry out between waterings in the summer. In the winter, reduce watering to every other month. Zebra plant's\u00a0leaves are storage organs and roots are\u00a0drought-tolerant. Root will grow if they have\u00a0great drainage and deep, infrequent water\u00a0when the soil is fully dry.\u00a0Never allow water to gather in the rosette.\u00a0Avoid water it daily.\u00a0Water them more in spring and summer and less in winter. Temperature:\u00a0Normal room humidity will suffice. 65\u00b0F \u2013 80\u00b0F (8\u00b0C \u2013 26\u00b0C) temperatures are very good and not below 50\u00b0F (10\u00b0C). Fertilizer:\u00a0During summer you can feed Zebra Plants\u00a0with a diluted liquid fertilizer\/cactus fertilizer once every month. Do not feed during winter. Repotting:\u00a0Once the Zebra Plant outgrows the pot you can re-pot, during spring. Only move to a slightly bigger pot. Every two years I would renew the soil even if re-potting is not required. Propagation:\u00a0Zebra Plants\u00a0are propagated by leaves cutting or through the pups or offsets which can be removed from the mother plant. Toxicity: Non-toxic to humans and animals.