Did you know that a succulent with “see-through” leaves actually exists? It is called the Haworthia Cooperi which originated in Easter Cape Province, South Africa.
What is Haworthia Cooperi?
The Green and Vibrant website described Haworthia Cooperi as a small succulent with densely packed fleshy blue-green leaves which form a rosette shape.
It’s a succulent that belongs to the Asphodelaceae family and can grow up to 4 inches. Also, during summer, Haworthia Cooperi produces white flowers that measure up to 12 inches.
Other Names of Haworthia Cooperi
Haworthia Cooperi is also known as Cushion aloe, Window haworthia, Star window plant, Zebra cactus, and Cooper’s haworthia.
According to Green and Vibrant, Haworthis Cooperi has 13 different varieties.
When it comes to maintenance, Haworthi Cooperi is easy to handle. This succulent has low watering needs and it can survive short periods of drought. Thus, you don’t have to worry about it drying up while you are on vacation. Also, it is safe to grow the plant because it’s non-toxic and is mostly pest-free.
Photos of Haworthia Cooperi
Here are some photos of Haworthia Cooperi shared by the Instagram page Chonkysuccs, a Toronto/York region succulent enthusiast.
To all plant enthusiasts, especially succulent lovers out there, level up your collection of plants by adding this unique succulent with “see-through” leaves.