Haworthiopsis coarctata, formerly Haworthia coarctata, is a species of flowering succulent plant from the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa and naturalized in Mexico. It is one of the species of Haworthiopsis that is cultivated as an ornamental.
Haworthia coarctata is a medium-sized, stem forming, species that consist of columnar rosettes dotted with white, slightly raised, tubercles (protuberances on the leaves); the plant blush bronze when grown in bright light (but if they turn orange red they are getting too much). It is well known and instantly recognisable and it is also one of the least variable of the haworthias. This leafy stemmed Haworthia is well known, being somewhat easy to grow and standing considerable abuse.