Haworthia reticulata var. hurlingii

H. reticulata var. hurlingii, Goudmyn
 

Haworthia reticulata var. hurlingii (V.Poelln.) M.B.Bayer

hurlingii: for Mr. Hurling.

H. reticulata var. hurlingii is small, compact clump forming species with obtuse leaves from reticulata group. It is the smallest and also most offsetting one. Leaves usually without any teeth.


Distribution map

H. reticulata var. hurlingii is known from small area between Roberston and Bonnievale. In cultivation it needs more light to keep its compact shape. Propagation is easy by offsets.

Known locality:
  • near Bonnievale (3320CC)
  • 18 km E. Bonnievale (3320CC)
  • Goudmyn (3320CC)

H. reticulata var. hurlingii, Goudmyn
H. reticulata var. hurlingii, Goudmyn

H. reticulata var. hurlingii, Goudmyn

H. reticulata var. hurlingii, Goudmyn
Locality of H. reticulata var. hurlingii, Goudmyn

2 comments:

黃羽傑 said...

How big is the plant?

Kuba said...

Reticulata var.hurlingii has rosettes 2-3cm in diameter and forming dense clusters.