In nature, it grows in the shrublands of South Africa with acidic soil and partial shade or filtered light. Its ability to tolerate low light makes it a fantastic indoor succulent.
Haworthia are able to tolerate low, indoor light, making them excellent houseplants, even for beginners.They are particularly easy to grow and rarely affected by common succulent pests and diseases. Strong, drought-tolerant roots will grow if they have great drainage and infrequent water.
Succulents are well-suited to bright, dry environments and appreciate periods of neglect, making this an ideal house plants whether you have a green thumb or not!
Requires substantial amounts of light receiving at least four to five hours of bright, direct light every day, and ideally six. Placing your Echeveria outdoors during the summer months will help it to thrive.
Pro tip: If you're moving your plant outside in the spring after growing indoors over the winter, make sure to make a gradual transition. Intense afternoon sunlight can cause sunburn, so place your plant where it receives a bit of shade when the sun is strongest.