Crossing some haworthia

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HaoBao
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Crossing some haworthia

Post by HaoBao » Mon Jan 25, 2021 7:54 pm

Hi all,

My second lot of haworthia crosses germinated a couple of weeks ago after being sown on the 7th of January 2021. The plants flowered around end of April 2020, unfortunately I don’t have proper records, looking back at my old photos on my phone I saw my dog died at that time and I stopped caring about the plants. Hopefully there will be some good ones though.

Does anyone else have any good hybrids they have made?
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