This haworthia species has been reclassified and is now technically called Haworthiopsis attenuata var. concolor. This haworthia is frequently confused with the very similar looking Haworthia fasciata and mislabeled as Haworthia fasciata var. concolor. This naturally-occurring variety of Haworthia attenuata is covered with round white tubercles (bumps) on its thick succulent leaves that grow in a tight-clumping rosette form. With time it will form "pups" and produce new plantlets from the base of the rosette. This plant is extremely drought tolerant and requires high light conditions.