Melanie Axelgaard

Melanie Axelgaard

Melanie Axelgaard
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Haworthia cooperi is one of many Haworthia species that is 'windowed'. Where this grows, it receives so much energy from the sun that it would fry the plant, but the plant needs to store water, so it gives up some area of the leaf surface and doesn't put chlorophyll there. So it's basically one little sac of water! This is what creates those beautiful clear windows!

Haworthia cooperi is one of many Haworthia species that is ‘windowed’. Where this grows, it receives so much energy from the sun that it would fry the plant, but the plant needs to store water, so it gives up some area of the leaf surface and doesn’t put

<3 Succulents~ I Have Managed To Grow A Ton Of These the Past Two Years~ Kimberly Stanley

for front garden? Succulents~ I Have Managed To Grow A Ton Of These the Past Two Years~ Kimberly Stanley