hey, do you know how to tell it a haworthia isn't getting enough light? my zebra got a little too much sun and started turning red, so I want to move it to another location but I don't know how to tell if it's getting too little sun now. thanks! btw I love your blog
If your plant isn’t getting enough light, it will start to stretch in the effort to FIND more light. The center leaves may go from dark green to a pale green or yellow.
Honestly tho, if your haworthia gets slightly red, it’s fine. Just watch for signs of true distress — like brown, crunchy tips or shriveled / deflated leaves — and keep it out of harsh afternoon sunlight!
this little guy clumps like crrrrraZy.
Hey there, I’ve had this guy and this is the first sign of flowers! Please assist with identifying for me??? 🙏💚su
Hi! Ummm based on the flowers it looks like it might be a euphorbia…. possibly a euphorbia laikipiensis.
Heyo! My succulent keeps getting these dark patches, do you know what’s causing it? Also I love your blog 💖
Too much water or too much humidity, amigo. These guys can go without water for a month at a time in winter, and now that it’s spring you should juuust be starting to give it a bit of water every two weeks or so. And THAT is if it’s in full sun for at least a couple hours a day. Basically just leave it alone until it shows some signs of thirst like slightly wrinkled leaves or bone dry soil.
Also thank you!! 😍
There’s a park I visit that has an entire gully covered in a carpet of these flowers. 🌼
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