Haworthia pumila 'Donuts'

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Tulista pumila 'Donuts'

Tulista pumila 'Donuts', also known as Haworthia pumila 'Donuts', is a beautiful small succulent that forms rosettes of green leaves…

Astroloba Uitewaal 1947

This genus contains 6 species of succulents closely related to Haworthia. Thin creeping or upright stems are packed with triangular leaves. The small white flowers are regular, unlike those of Haworthia, but clustered into similar racemes. Found in South Africa.

Right: Astroloba aspera (Haworth) Uitewaal 1947
Syn. Astroloba corrugata N.L. Meyer & Gideon F. Smith 1998. A drawing by Joyce Cocozza of a plant in the collection of Robert D. Swan, Maryland, USA.

Astroloba congesta (Salm-Dyck) Uitewaal 1947
Syn. Haworthia congesta
This species grows quite large but tends to sprawl as the stems elongate. The dark green succulent leaves are hard and smooth with sharp points and no tubercles.

Native to the Eastern Cape of South Africa.

Astroloba foliosa (Haworth) Uitewaal 1947
Syn. Haworthia foliosa
The columnar rosette is formed from light green, triangular, concave leaves whose surface may be flecked with paler green, arranged in 5 ranks or in a spiral. The column grows up to a foot tall, clumping up by offsetting from its base.

Native to the Eastern Cape of South Africa.

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Hard-to-find rare type of Haworthia succulent plant. This type of plant has nice pattern of raised white donut-shaped spots on dark green leaves. Leaves turn shades of red with full sun exposure.

Relatively slow growing, stays compact. Makes a good houseplant or desk plant - does well in bright indoor light and has high drought-tolerance. Make sure it has adequate bright light and air circulation if kept indoors.

Shown in a 4" pot. Plant ships bare root.

You will receive a plant similar to the plant pictured.

Peak growth season: Winter
Dormant: Summer
Propagation: Propagate from leaves or cuttings during growth season, Spring is ideal.

Water when soil is dry to the touch. Will require more water during growth season.

Bright shade / Mostly shade.

Materials: real plant, pumice, cactus potting soil, live plant, living plant, succulent plant, rare succulent.

Pot Size Information

2" - plants are currently growing in 2" nursery pots. Most are ready for a larger pot, or you could plant three of these plants in a 4-5" pot.

4" - plants are currently growing in 4" nursery pots. Most are ready for a larger pot, or you could plant two-three of these plants in a 6" pot.

6" - plants are currently growing in 6" nursery pots. Most are ready for a larger pot, or you could plant two-three of these plants in a 8-10" pot.

Cutting - The plant does not have roots. Cuttings are fresh-cut within 1 day of shipping.

Haworthia pumila

Coming next in the Different Types of Zebra Plants is the pearl plant. This small, slow-growing succulent produces beautiful rosettes of olive green to brown triangular leaves covered with raised white bumps. Tubular brown-white flowers appear in the summertime.

9. Donut

Botanical Name: Tulista pumila ‘Donuts’

‘Donut’ is a small attractive succulent with rosettes of green leaves covered with donut-shaped tubercles. The foliage is fleshy, tough, upright, often pointed, and incurved.

10. Emperor

Botanical Name: Tulista pumila ‘Emperor’

‘Emperor’ features long, pointed, fleshy grey-green leaves covered with uneven pure white raised spots.

11. Tears of Angels

Botanical Name: Tulista pumila ‘Tenshi no Namida’

This striking succulent forms small rosettes of green leaves designed in white irregular bumps. The leaves are upright, tough, often pointed, and incurved.

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