Haworthia truncata, from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, is a perennial favorite of plant collectors. These plants were propagated from material originally collected south of Dysseldorp (GM 268). The horse-teeth like arrangement of leaves, which tend to form close to the soil surface, are usually a solid dark color, and these plants are smaller than the typical H. truncata var. truncata. Our plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.