Haworthiopsis attenuata, formerly Haworthia attenuata, commonly known as zebra haworthia, is a small species of succulent plant from the Eastern Cape Province. As an ornamental, it is one of the most commonly cultivated of the Haworthiopsis species.
Haworthia attenuata is an evergreen succulent plant with short leaves arranged in rosettes 6–12 cm in diameter. The succulent leaves are tapered ("attenuata" means "tapering") and have bands of white tubercles on them. The species subdivides and offsets readily; in the wild it forms large clumps. It reaches a height of about 6” inches and consists of short green leaves arranged in a rosette, measuring 2” – 4” inches in diameter. Like most Haworthia plants, attenuata does not usually bloom indoors. However, in its natural habitat, the plant produces small tubular pink or white flowers borne on an inflorescence, measuring almost 16” inches long.