We picked out a nice collection of Haworthia and Gasteria for your indoor garden. Both species are well known for their tough leaves, slow and steady growth and an ability to grow in low light conditions. Most Haworthia and Gasteria succulent species will bloom in the winter to early spring months, displaying spikes of small, white to pink colored flowers.
Any beginner plant parent should have no problem growing these guys. So low maintenance!!! They thrive in well-draining soil under low to bright indirect light. Avoid the scorching sun of summer afternoons. It is best if the soil is allowed to completely dry out between waterings. Overwatering too much can cause root rot. These plants may look tough, but protect them from frost and the cold, winter weather.