Haworthia cooperi is a popular dwarf perennial succulent that belongs to the Asphodelaceae family. It comes from the Cape Province in South Africa, where it grows on lowland plains, and it got its name in 1809 in honor of the botanist who discovered it.
Haworthia cooperi is a rare, slow-growing plant with small rosettes and fleshy light green leaves. There are bristles and transparent bands around the tips of the leaves, and in certain varieties, the tip of the leaves is completely transparent, which is a useful identification feature. It can grow up to 5 cm (2 in) long and has short stems.
The plant blooms in spring and summer, producing inflorescences of white flowers that grow up to 30 cm (12 in).