Haworthia pygmaea super white
It is a rosette-shaped dwarf succulent, small in size that does not exceed 3 cm in diameter (the name of the species derives from its size). It has 10-15 very fleshy, triangular leaves, of a color ranging from light green to dark green, with light, almost transparent streaks; with exposure to the direct sun, the plant tends to take on reddish hues. The apex of the foliage is truncated, a feature that gives the plant a flattened effect. During the flowering period, it produces a peduncle up to 30 cm long, on which white flowers with greenish veins bloom.