Star Window Plant

Haworthia cuspidata


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Haworthia cuspidata, commonly known as the Star Window Plant, is a charming and hardy succulent that’s perfect for those new to plant care or those looking for a low-maintenance addition to their collection. These slow-growing plants are small in size, making them ideal for succulent arrangements, fairy gardens, or as a gift for a loved one.

While there are other Haworthia succulents that can be mistaken for the Star Window Plant, this particular species can be distinguished by its canoe-tipped leaves, which display little to no “window” or translucency. Native to South Africa, the Star Window Plant thrives in well-drained, drier conditions, making it an excellent choice for those who tend to overwater their plants.

The Star Window Plant grows up to 10 cm in height, with green rosettes that feature a grid pattern across the leaves. As these rosettes multiply, they will fill out any pot and make for a striking display. These plants look particularly stunning when grown in clusters in a wide and shallow pot or tray, as over time, the mother plant will send off pups and the cluster will spread, creating a beautiful and visually appealing arrangement.

Overall, the Star Window Plant is a small but visually striking succulent that’s easy to care for and adds a touch of beauty to any space.


90 mm pot, Off set pup