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The mini Haworthia Wide Zebra plant is native to South Africa and considered one of the easiest houseplants. It grows indoors quickly without much maintenance and comes with an imposing yet slight architectural structure. The plant has solitary columns, which fall in layers against each other, making them distinctive from other succulent varieties belonging to the same family. Characteristically, it is rosette-shaped, and the dark-green leaves are packed tightly into their clusters. Great for an indoor garden, you will notice that the leaves adorn horizontal stripes on the outside and a smooth texture on the insight. Unlike other common succulents, the plant thrives in direct sunlight and can tolerate more than just harsh natural light. It does require water, but only every 2 or 3 weeks – the soil has to be left to be dried out in between the watering schedules. It is easily survivable in an average temperature of 65°F to 75°F if you are comfortable at those levels too. It is small in size (about 2” in height and width) and a rather thirsty plant. Suppose you see that the leaves are curling up and the potting mix has dried up – water it instantly. Alternatively, if you see that the leaves are yellowing even as the potting mix is wet, then you have over-watered it.