Hoya, 3.5in, Polyneura
Hoya, 3.5in, Polyneura
Hoya, 3.5in, Polyneura
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Hoya, 3.5in, Polyneura

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The Hoya Polyneura , otherwise known as Fish Tail Hoya, produces narrow, thin leaves and gorgeous, star shaped flowers that are peach and burgundy!

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Type: Tropical
Height: 3ft - 10ft
Spread: Trailing
Light: Bright Indirect
Water: Moderate
Zone: 10 - 11
Pet Safe: Toxic


General Maintenance: If you notice your Hoya dropping leaves, it could be because it does not have enough sunlight.

Temperature: 22 to 26 degrees Celsius will do nicely for this plant.

Light: Hoyas love bright, dappled light. Light from a west or south facing window is ideal.

Watering: The Hoya needs approximately 0.8 cups of water every 12 days, when it doesn't get direct sunlight. If its within 3 feet of a south facing window, you may need to water it a bit more often, ensuring the soil gets a chance to regularly dry out between waterings.

Soil: Potting soil with good air circulation is important for Hoyas. They do like to be pot bound or crowded, so you will only need to repot every 2 -3 years.

Fertilizer: Hoya fertilization can take place year-round. However, many growers feel the plant should not be fed at all in winter, while others do a half dose of liquid fertilizer in the cold season. Feeding the plant in winter may cause an excess buildup of salt in the soil, so if you do feed then, make sure you leach soil occasionally.
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