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    Tiny Mystery (non-Carnivorous plant)

    Hey every one, this a small aloe-resembling cactus, I brought this baby all they way from Colombia in south America. No I did not collect it from the wild, its form my grandas garden. Hers was about 3 inches wide, it bloomed and the bloom gave this little thing, which is now in canada with me, its in a 2 inch pot. What type of plant is this?


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    I think it's zebra plant.
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    Yep it's prolly just Haworthia fasciata, or the zebra plant.

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    that will get big with many offshoots/pups. A freind of mine has a large clump of these.
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    I recently divided some the of the plantlets off the mother. Took forever to root but they are growing well now.

    Zebra plant sounds right. Can't recall genus and species though.

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    That looks just like my Zebra plant.

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