Haworthia Zebra: brown spots & dry tips- help!
Hi plant parents!
I recently noticed that my Haworthia started to turn brown on the tips, so I thought it might be getting too much sun and moved it from its original spot under  a bright window to a spot a couple feet away. Now it's developing brown spots on other parts, so maybe now it's not getting enough sun???
Or maybe it's a totally different issue altogether, so I'd love to hear your ideas/suggestions! Thanks!
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    Jamie Just to show what it looks like--maybe it was in too direct sun for too long a period? But mine gets indirect for sure. I'm actually nervous because the new one I put in a large pot with other succulents and it will be getting full sun so who knows how that will go.
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    Jamie Hi there! It's got some tiny stems which may mean it's OK.

    Just to give you an idea, although the Haworthia is a succulent, it's one of the few I've grown successfully despite not having bright light at all.

    I live in New Jersey and I keep it in my NE facing window, slight to the left side of the window on a cart. It's def only getting indirect sun but it's done amazing there!! It has a lot of growth since I first got it, even had a pup and I even replanted it in a new pot. I basically would water it when the soil seemed uber dry. I don't personally have any brown spots but this is the only one I've owned until recently (just picked up another the other day).
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    Pei How often and how much water does it get?

    It's actually quite normal for haworthia to do that. but wanted to ask your care info just in case :)
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      Sofya Y Hi! I probably water it once every 3 weeks. When I'm watering, I keep pouring until it's no longer quickly absorbing the water.
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        Pei 3 weeks sound about right, but try to always feel the soil, and make sure it's completely dry before you water again.

        In addition, I recommend moving the plant closer to the sun. Haworthia is a type of succulent that they like bright-lit environments to full sun (4-5 hours a day) if possible.

        Hope this helps :)
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          Sofya Y Thanks Pei, this is really helpful! I appreciate your feedback :) Hopefully it will do better now that I've moved it to the windowsill