Enon

Haworthia attenuata ‘enon’

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Introducing the captivating Haworthia attenuata ‘enon,’ a succulent that effortlessly steals the spotlight with its unique charm. This particular cultivar of Haworthia attenuata showcases a mesmerizing symphony of colors and patterns that will leave plant enthusiasts in awe.

The ‘enon’ variety boasts exquisite rosettes of succulent leaves, featuring translucent, light-green flesh adorned with fascinating raised white stripes or variegation. These mesmerizing markings resemble delicate zebra-like patterns, lending an air of sophistication to this already captivating plant.

Native to South Africa, the Haworthia attenuata ‘enon’ thrives in arid regions and has adapted to withstand harsh conditions. Its ability to store water within its succulent leaves makes it a resilient choice for succulent collectors.

This low-growing succulent typically reaches a height of about 15 centimeters, forming compact clusters that make it an ideal addition to rock gardens, terrariums, or succulent arrangements. Its slow growth and ease of care make it a great choice for both beginners and experienced succulent enthusiasts alike.

To keep your Haworthia attenuata ‘enon’ healthy and happy, provide it with bright, indirect light and a well-draining soil mix. Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings to prevent root rot.

With its striking appearance and easygoing nature, the Haworthia attenuata ‘enon’ is sure to be a standout addition to your succulent collection. Delight in the beauty and intrigue of this remarkable succulent and let its distinctive presence enhance your indoor or outdoor space.

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