Haworthiopsis reinwardtii is a species of succulent flowering plant in the family Asphodelaceae, native to the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. It is one of the species of Haworthiopsis that is commonly cultivated as an ornamental.
Haworthia reinwardtii is native to the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa and makes a wonderful houseplant or addition to a succulent garden. The basal rosettes of the haworthia reinwardtii more commonly called the zebra wart make this plant a stand out in a succulent garden. They grow in a spiral pattern and produce tubular flowers in the spring. The foliage and fleshy leaves can also take on a variety of colors, ranging from deep red to bright green. The rosettes rarely reach more than eight inches (20cm). In some cases, it only reaches a few inches, allowing you to plant this succulent in small containers.