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|Distribution:||Africa: South Africa: Western Cape:|
|An attractive Haworthia previously known as Haworthia mucronata. The plants occur at a number of localities in the Oudtshoorn district. The related plants from Ladismith are now known as Haworthia inconfluens.|
|Haworthia sakai is found in a number of habitats. Here growing on a ferricrete outcropping near Bakenskraal. The plants grow equally happy in shale on small outcroppings or higher hills.||Usually hidden under shrub. The yellow colouring is natural during the summer months when exposed to more sunlight and drought.|
|Plants from Leopoort sometimes have more lanceolate leaves. The plants flower about a month later than those from Bakenskraal.|
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