Haworthia cv. 'Peter Pan' is a fine example of a cultivar created by Mr. Gerhard Marx.
In his own words: The name 'Peter Pan' was chosen because although the plant is a fully mature specimen, it appears to be stuck in perpetual puberty, being rather small and delicately and densely pubescent. It is the result of several generations of hybrids which include the Japanese hybrids H. ‘Kegazato’ and H. ‘Hakuginjoh’ as well as H. maraisii ( McGregor form) and Gerhard Marx’s H. ‘Chockwonder’. The fruit that produced H. ‘Peter Pan’ was formed on H. ‘Chockwonder’. The rosette currently consists of 41 leaves a feature clearly inherited from H maraisii. The plant is truly a striking little gem.
Presumed auction date late March or early April 2013.