Haworthia retusa v dekenahii
Haworthia retusa v dekenahii
Haworthia retusa v dekenahii (or just H. dekenahii) is fairly typical of a number of Haworthias with strong thick leaves with windowed tips and a very attractive appearance. The plant pictured is just starting to produce a flower bud. Note the flattish rosette, compared with the much longer stems of H. coarctata.

Photograph by : John Ellis

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