This plant is of unknown origin, the name is not a valid species according to Bayer. Possibly a hybrid between Haworthia and Astroloba. This plant forms a lovely clump of stacking rosettes with dark green to almost black leaves if given strong sunlight. This plant freely offsets to form good sized clusters. This plant grows best in partial shade. This plant needs water when growing and very little to none during the dormant time. The flowers grow on long thin stalks and are a white color with greenish brown midviens.