This Haworthiopsis reinwardtii plant was seen in the Caledon Wildflower Garden where it cohabits with vygies and other succulents. The leaves are imbricate and incurving, the outer leaf surfaces rounded, keeled and covered in transversal rows of white tubercles.
The dark green leaf colour has some shine to it in places, the leaves varying in hue especially near their tips according to age, i.e. leaf position up the stem.
This plant resembles H. reinwardtii var. reinwardtii, but neither the confirmation of which variety this is, nor the recognised standing of the many listed varieties of the species is certain (Scott, 1985).