Fat juicy leaves and translucent flesh are the hallmarks of the Haworthia window plant. Not all Haworthia have the see-through leaves, but those that do are spectacular specimens of the genus. Learning how to grow Haworthia is relatively easy, as they are low maintenance and a hardy little plant. Caring for window plants is very much like caring for their cousins, the Aloes.
Haworthia care, no matter the species, is easy and minimal. They are best used in containers as interior plants but you can bring them outdoors in summer. In fact, succulent window leaved plants lend their candy-like appearance to a host of container gardening possibilities. In a certain light, you can get a glimpse of the interior of window plants — the luscious flesh that comprises these water-storing succulents.