Haworthia cooperi var. pilifera

Glass marbles Haworthia!
Wow, try to pin down the accepted name for this plant online and your head will spin. I have seen Haworthia cooperi var. pilifera, H. cooperi var. pilifera forma truncata, H. pilifera var. salina, H. stayneri, H. obtusa var. pilifera and multitudes of combinations thereof. I have not seen it listed in two places the same way twice, so I am not sure what to call it but it is the coolest plant. This clone has small, rounded, bead-like, semi-translucent leaves that are arranged in low, flat to slightly mounding, symmetrical rosettes that invite the eye to ogle and the fingers to fondle. The plant barely looks real and you may have to work hard to convince your non succulent growing friends that you aren't in playing with marbles.
South Africa
10 to 10
2 inches x 5 inches

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