Succulent - Haworthia
Haworthias are delightful little succulents that make very attractive small houseplants. Potted plants are often moved outdoors for the summer months, and in regions without frost, they are sometimes grown as garden plants.
Like other succulents, these plants appreciate bright light and adequate moisture in the summer, and relatively drier conditions in the winter. Outdoors, these plants generally do best in sheltered locations rather than in full sunlight. Avoid overwatering, but don’t let them dry out too much.
Haworthia species like bright light, but not direct sunlight. In their native environment, they are often found in the shade of a rock or other object. They do best in a room with a window facing east or west to provide bright light for a few hours a day. White or yellow leaves usually signify too much sun. If the plant isn't getting enough light, its green color will fade. If you move your indoor Haworthia outdoors for the warmer months, avoid too much direct sunlight or it may get a sunburn. Water evenly and generously in the summer, letting the soil media dry out between waterings. In the winter, reduce watering to every other month. Never allow water to collect in the rosette