Haworthiopsis venosa, formerly Haworthia venosa, known in Afrikaans as venstertjie, is a species of flowering plant in the genus Haworthiopsis belonging to the family Asphodelaceae, native to Namibia and South Africa.
Haworthiopsis venosa is a mat-forming succulent evergreen perennial reaching 8–60 cm (3–24 in) in height. Stemless rosettes of 12-15 fleshy, triangular, lanceolate, dark green leaves show a few pale green lines along the upper surfaces and small teeth along the margins. In spring (November to December) it bears 15 cm (6 in) long stems of green-white, tubular flowers in racemes. The genus name Haworthiopsis means "like Haworthia", which honors the British botanist Adrian Hardy Haworth (1767–1833), while the species epithet venosa means "veined".