Like other succulents, Haworthia Fly stores water on their leaves. The plant can go for some days without water. However, consider watering them every 2 to 3 weeks. Do not soak or create an overflow on the container. This way, you will save your plant from root rot.
Howarthia requires feeding twice a year with succulent fertilizers. They are light feeders. So, do not overfeed them. Consider diluted fertilizers that have a balanced nutrient composition.
Haworthia Fly loves bright indirect sunlight. Though they can thrive in shady areas, ensure they access to direct morning sunlight. Nonetheless, avoid exposing your plant to hot sunlight to save it from scorched leaves.
The optimal temperature range for Haworthia Fly is between 18°C and 24°C. The plant will not survive temperatures below 7°C.
Haworthia Fly grows slow and will not require annual repotting. But when the time comes, ensure you get a larger pot and use an efficient soil mix with the proper nutrients.