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Hoya, 8in Hanging Basket, Pubicalyx
Hoya, 8in Hanging Basket, Pubicalyx - Floral Acres Greenhouse & Garden Centre
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Hoya, 8in Hanging Basket, Pubicalyx

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The perfect trailing or climbing plant. It's waxy leaves are elongated and pointed and are a bright green with beautiful, creamy-white coloured speckling throughout. Can produce pink star-shaped flowers. A perfect Hoya to start out your collection due to it's easy and simple care.

Attributes

Type: Tropical
Height: Up to 16ft long
Spread: Up to 16ft long
Light: Bright Indirect
Water: Low
Zone: 10 - 11
Pet Safe: Non-Toxic. Sap can be an irritant.

Care

General Maintenance: Can be propagated from stem cuttings, but they are very slow to root and grow. Repot only once they are overly rootbound. Replace some of the topsoil annually to provide new nurtients and prevent compaction of the soil, if not fully repotting. Prune to keep the desired length.

Temperature: Indoor temperatures between 18°C - 24°C are ideal. They do not want to be below 10°C. Avoid drafts and drastic temperature changes.

Light: These plants prefer bright indirect light. Too much direct sunlight can scorch their leaves. Can benefit from direct early morning sun.

Watering: Water only once the top half of soil is dry. These plants do store some water in their leaves, so they are drought tolerant. They are prone to root rot, so don't overwater. Water less in the winter. Will benefit from some extra humidity, but does not like water to sit on its leaves. Provide the humidity by placing in a humid area (like a kitchen or bathroom) or using a humidifier or pebble tray.

Soil: Any well-draining and well-aerated soil will work perfectly. Something with peat and perlite or bark would be ideal.

Fertilizer: Feed with a diluted liquid fertilizer in the spring and summer. Do not fertilize in the winter.