An Amazing Succulent Plant With Transparent Leaves. Looks Like It’s from Another Planet!

Haworsia Cooperi is a tiny succulent whose round leaves look a bit like glass beads. They are so transparent that you can see their green innervation.

Haworsia cooperi (Haworthia cooperi) Is a succulent native to southern africa, but also found in the southern united states.

An Amazing Succulent Plant With Transparent Leaves. Looks Like It’s from Another Planet!
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It does not reach a sizable size. Haworsia is rather quite low and when it does, it spreads outwards, not upwards. Its single leaves are about 2 inch high.

An Amazing Succulent Plant With Transparent Leaves. Looks Like It’s from Another Planet!
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Like any succulent they require a suitable succulent medium with adequate drainage at the bottom of the pot.

An Amazing Succulent Plant With Transparent Leaves. Looks Like It’s from Another Planet!
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The pot itself should be rather wide and flat. This succulent does not produce deep roots. And wide – because the plant grows sideways.

An Amazing Succulent Plant With Transparent Leaves. Looks Like It’s from Another Planet!
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The succulent blooms, but its flowers are not a special ornament. Often the first flower appears only after a few years.

An Amazing Succulent Plant With Transparent Leaves. Looks Like It’s from Another Planet!
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Haworsia should not be in a place directly in the sun.

An Amazing Succulent Plant With Transparent Leaves. Looks Like It’s from Another Planet!
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In the first years, this succulent should be repotted every spring. After that, it only needs to be repotted every 3-4 years.

An Amazing Succulent Plant With Transparent Leaves. Looks Like It’s from Another Planet!
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We can grow haworsia by dividing up during repotting. More experienced people can try to root its single leaf.

An Amazing Succulent Plant With Transparent Leaves. Looks Like It’s from Another Planet!
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What do you think of this extraordinary little plant?