Hoya wayetii, Hoya kentiana, Wax Plant

Hoya wayetii, Hoya kentiana

Wax Plant
Family: Apocynaceae    (Formerly:Asclepiadaceae)
Subfamily: Asclepiadoideae
Origin: Philippines
Groundcover and low-growing 2ft plantVine or creeper plantSemi-shadeShadeModerate waterRegular waterRed, crimson, vinous flowersOrnamental foliagePink flowersPlant attracts butterflies, hummingbirds
Hoya wayetii, also known as Wax Plant, is a beautiful, low-growing, evergreen vine native to the Philippines. It's a hoya best suitable for growing as a hanging plant. This species has reddish-crimson, vinous-colored flowers with slightly darker inner coronas. The blooms are attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Growing in USDA Zone 9-11, Hoya wayetii prefers moderate levels of water and shade or semi-shade. It prefers light-well drained soil, and must be kept gently moist throughout growth. If attempting to grow your Hoya wayetii in a pot in a cold region, keeping the pot in a warm room during winter and transplanting the vine in the spring is advised. With good care and adequate environment, this fast growing beauty will reward you with its long-lasting, pinkish-red blooms. According to some sources, Hoya kentiana and Hoya wayettii are different plant species.

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Recommended Fertilizer: SUNSHINE Robusta - Rapid Growth Booster
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Grown in
6"/1 gal pot