Succulent Haworthia In A White Cement Planter

Succulent Haworthia In A White Cement Planter
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Succulent Haworthia In A White Cement Planter
SKU: JPIP_Succulent Hwt_NGC 104_Wht
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Key Features

  • Ornamental Plants
  • They look great when kept in any corner of the house
  • The storage of water gives succulents a swollen look
  • Roots are very near to the surface of the soil
  • Potted in a pure white colored cement planter

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: Rs 420

Special Price Rs 300

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  • COD: Only Delhi/NCR
  • Shipping charges: Rs 99/-
  • Delivery time: 3-5 Days
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Product Specification


Plant - Succulents
Color - Green
Plant Height (above pot) - 1.5 inches
Soil “ Coco Peat.


Length- 4.3"
Height - 4.2
Width- 3.15" Material - Cement
Color - Cream"


As cute as they are, they don’t always make an ideal choice of indoor plants. Although choosing succulents that prefer low lighting will make a big difference in the success of your indoor succulent garden. For example, Haworthias and Gasteraloes are two types of succulents that do especially well indoors. When succulents are indoors it’s often hard for them to get enough sunlight. They generally need about 6 hours a day. Succulents like to have their roots soaked with water but then dry out quickly. Glass containers generally aren’t a great long term potting solution for succulents, especially during the winter. Succulents like to be warm during the summer and cool during the winter.


Actual plant may vary from the image shown as it is a natural plant and will vary piece to piece. Plants do not come with any warranty. These are natural plants and require to be handled with love and care. The mentioned age of the plant is only an approximation and actual age may vary.
Care Instruction


1. Ideally keep these plants at a place which gets 3-4 hours of morning/evening indirect sunlight atleast few times a week.
2. Do the pruning of old leaves which turn yellow to avoid fungal attack.
3. Do check the coco peat before watering . A plant will use different amounts of water seasonally. It should stay moist. If the coco peat is becoming light brown, it should be sprayed with water. Ideally, water them every alternate day for roots to get optimum supply.
4. Put manure every 6-8 months for better results.


1. Don't give them direct sunlight otherwise there leaves may get burnt.
2. Don't overwater your plants. The most common cause of houseplant death is over watering.
3. Don't water it using glass or bottles. Spraying of water makes sure plant gets water uniformly from all sides.
4. Avoid clogging/ collection of water anywhere in the pot.
5. Avoid temperature shock for better growth.
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