The haworthia mutica succulent, is a very well known, beautiful, unique succulent that every succulent lover should definitely grow. This succulent is getting more popular every single day and more and more succulent growers are growing it.
This succulent has beautiful striped leaves that are green and also has flat tops. If given enough sunlight, this succulent will turn bright orange, which is totally healthy and normal. Sunlight easily enters the leaves all because the succulent is “windowed”.
This succulent is fairly small and slow growing and it will only grow up to 5 inches tall and 4 inches wide. This succulent doesn’t grow that large and it’s also slow growing, so don’t get discouraged if it’s not growing large or quickly.
You can grow the haworthia mutica succulent indoors or outdoors, it’s your choice! This succulent is very easy to grow and is also very easy for beginners. It will definitely grow larger and maybe healthier outdoors than indoors, but indoor growing is still very common.
You can also grow this succulent in any location outdoors, just as long as the weather is warm and suitable for growing succulents. Make sure you move this succulent indoors during the winter. This succulent isn’t cold hardy, so don’t even bother growing it outdoors during the cold winter season, it will die!
The haworthia mutica succulent is very easy to grow and care for. By the end of this article, you will know all of the grow and care requirements for growing this succulent both indoors and outdoors. It’s very easy especially for beginners!
Soil for Haworthia Mutica
The Haworthia Mutica must be grown in well-drained succulent soil. Well-drained succulent soil is much needed when growing this succulent, it will protect it from overwatering and of course root rot. Well-drained succulent soil will keep the soil dry at a very fast rate, which will prevent overwatering and prevent the most common killer of succulents known as 'root rot'.
We recommend using 'Ramsey Succulent Soil'.
Ramsey Succulent Soil has ingredients such as perlite, sand, and seaweed. Perlite and sand are known as the best ingredients out there if you want your soil well-drained. The perlite and sand will soak up all the excess water that your succulent does not need, preventing the soil from staying soaking wet for several days. So yes, Ramsey Succulent Soil will prevent mold/bacteria and root rot (the #1 most common reason why a succulent will die) simply because there will be no excess water.
That's not all tho.
What makes Ramsey Succulent Soil arguably the best are the nutrients that's in the soil. These nutrients will help your succulents grow bigger, faster, and healthier.
Ramsey Succulent Soil has seaweed fertilizer, which has 60 trace minerals and nutrients. Yes, your succulents will be absorbing 60 trace minerals and nutrients. This will make your succulents grow bigger, faster, and healthier without a doubt. Compared to other succulent soil, this succulent soil will make a huge huge difference for your plants. Don't believe us? Check out this picture below. You can definitely tell which succulent soil is better for your succulents.
You should water the Haworthia Mutica 1-3 days a week or when the soil looks or feels very dry. You must make sure to avoid overwatering so root rot does not occur and kill your succulent plant. It's important to use the 'soak and dry' method and only water when the soil looks or feels very dry. Be on the lookout for underwatering and overwatering.
Pot for Haworthia Mutica
It's important to use a succulent pot with a drainage hole. This will allow the excess water to drain out of the bottom of the drainage hole, keeping the soil dry and preventing overwatering and root rot. It's very important that your succulent pot has a drainage hole, most experience succulent growers know that having a succulent pot with a drainage hole is a must when growing any succulent. If your succulent pot doesn't have a drainage hole no problem! Check out our article on how to grow succulents in pots without drainage holes.
Where to Pant The Haworthia Mutica
The Haworthia Mutica isn't cold hardy, so make sure you avoid growing this succulent outdoors during the cold winter season. Avoid growing in temperatures under 30° F (-1.1° C) it will die in cold and freezing temperatures. Make sure to move and grow this succulent indoors during the cold winter season. You can then move it back outdoors once the weather gets warmer. Make sure to grow it outdoors in a succulent pot or container so you can easily move it when you need to.
Plant in an area that gets at least 6 hours of sunlight every single day. Make sure this succulent gets enough sun so it can grow healthy, produce its colors, and avoid etiolation. If growing indoors make sure to place it where it gets enough sunlight. If your house doesn't get enough sunlight, try investing into some grow lights.
How to Propagate Haworthia Mutica
For leaf propagation, gently just twist and pull the leaf very gently off the stem. It’s very important that you get the full leaf and not let part of the leaf stay on the stem. To make sure you get a very precise cut you can get some trimmers and cut the leaf off. After you cut your leaves off the stem you must make sure you let them sit out for 2-4 days so they can form a callus. After the leaves have formed a callus, go ahead and plant them in well-drained succulent soil.
Same thing as for leaf propagation, but this time you will need trimmers to get a clean cut of the cuttings. Cut off the cutting at an angle with trimmers, and make sure there’s enough room to plant the cuttings. Let the cutting form a callus by waiting 2-4 days. After a callus forms then go ahead and plant the cutting in well-drained succulent soil.
The haworthia mutica succulent is a very unique and beautiful succulent that every single succulent lover needs to grow!
With its beautiful colors, shape and design this succulent will make such a beautiful and amazing indoor or outdoor garden decoration.
The haworthia mutica succulent is also very easy to grow and care for. You now know all of the grow and care requirements to do so! Best of luck growing this amazing, beautiful succulent known as the haworthia mutica succulent.