Haworthia pringlei

 

Haworthia pringlei, SW. Ripon Station, NEW PHOTO

 
Haworthia pringlei C.L.Scott

pringlei: for Victor Pringle.

Haworthia pringlei is glabrous species from cooperi/blackberadiana group. Leaves are acuminate, lanceolate with occasional small teeth on margins and keel. The colour is bluish green. It can be slowly proliferous. It is an element which is closely related to H. blackbeardiana, H. pilifera, H. cooperi and H. aristata.

Distribution map

H. pringlei grows E. Somerset East and around Ripon. Nearby is growing H. cooperi, H. pilifera and H. aristata. It is not growing withdrawn in the soil like H. pilifera, that´s why it resembles more H. cooperi in the way of growing.

H. pringlei is not difficult species. Propagation should be done by seeds or offsetts.
 
Synonyms:
H. decipiens var. pringlei, H. bolusii var. pringlei

Known localities:
  • Baviaanskranz, E. Somerset East
  • NW. Ripon Station (3225DD)
  • W. Ripon
  • Elandskop (3226CD)
  • SW. Adelaide (3225DD)
  • S. Adelaide (3226CD)
  • 1 km SW. Ripon Station (3325BB)
  • Middleton (3225DD)
  • NE. Middleton (3225DD)
  • 5 km NE. Middleton (3225DD) 
 
Haworthia pringlei, SW. Ripon Station, NEW PHOTO
 
Haworthia pringlei, SW. Ripon Station, NEW PHOTO
 
Haworthia pringlei, SW. Ripon Station, NEW PHOTO
 
Haworthia pringlei, SW. Ripon Station, NEW PHOTO
 
Haworthia pringlei, SW. Ripon Station, NEW PHOTO
  
Haworthia pringlei, SW. Ripon Station, NEW PHOTO
 
Locality of H. pringlei, SW. Ripon Station, NEW PHOTO
 

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