“Lime green” is a very nice hybrid, characterized by broad squared-off leaves with the typical fan-like leaf arrangement of Haworthia truncata and ability to form nice clumps. It seems to be an hybrid between Haworthia truncata and Haworthia cuspidata (or perhaps Haworthia cymbiformis)
Rosettes: Stemless shaped like a fan.
Leaves: Marbled light to lime green, with "semi"-transparent windows, lovely frosted with fanned shades of lime green. The leaves seem to glisten.
Flowers: The flower stalks reaches over a 30 cm in height, and feature small white blossoms and cream/tan hanging, inconspicuous flowers.
Blooming season: Blooms repeatedly, mainly in late Spring/Early Summer.
Remarks: This nice creature has thick, truncated leaves that fan open like the pages in a book. The squat leaves are lime and chartreuse, making the plant a major conversation piece. The tips of the leaves are like windows looking into the green jelly inside.
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Water deeply enough for water to run out the drainage hole, then wait for the soil to fully dry before watering again.