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White blooms are borne in large clusters, with the waxy petals swept back behind the center of the flower. A very easily grown hoya with thick glossy green foliage on an upright to spreading plant.
The leaves are thin and beautifully copper colored when young and the stems tend to have an upright habit until they begin to flex as they grow longer. Flowers are wonderfully fragrant, have a crisp, clean, waxy appearance. Fragrance is somewhat citrus-like but sweet. Unusually for Hoyas, the flowers seem to be very seasonal, forming in the autumn. This plant has moderate to slow growth.
Bright red cup shaped very large flowers, with white beneath corona, burgundy flowers with a darker star in the center. The shape of the flowers is often described as claw like. Propagation: cuttings.
The flowers are creamy white, numerous and frequent. They have a pleasant, but not overpowering, citrus scent.
This easy to grow species, it is truly spectacular when it produces its glorious colored flowers. A large number of H. pubicalyx cultivars are in cultivation, each displaying a different flower color or, occasionally leaf color.
Hoya retusa grows in a trailing habit and the foliage is succulent.
Many species of hoya are popular houseplants in temperate areas, grown for their attractive foliage and strongly scented flowers.
It's a hoya best suitable for growing as a hanging plant. It has a thin light green stalk. The stringbean like leaves are very narrow, dark green and almost "bent" along the leaf. The size of the leaves are 3" to 5" long and 0.5" wide. The flowers are downy balls with reddish lilac backwards bend petals and darker corona. The flower stalk can become up to 1" to 2" long and the single flower stalk about 1". It is a very flowering Hoya. Care: Light placing and light soil. Keep it gently wet during the whole period of growth.
According to other sources, Hoya kentiana and Hoya wayettii are different plants.
Miniature hoya with striped tiny 1/2" leaves, dark green and white, exactly like watermelon stripes! Very unusual and eye-catching. It's an epyphite, can be grown in orchid medium or light potting mix with lots of bark conditioner. Beautiful house plant.
An unusual succulent/epyphite vine with inflated, hollow leaves resembling baloons, in nature used by ants for nesting. It is a strange Hoya relative with modified leaves that look like a cluster of bananas. These leaves house ants in the wild; the ants get a free house and the plant gets protection from predatory insects. This tropical epiphyte can be grown in moss, orchid bark, or on bark. It also has round coin-like more normal leaves. Likes warmth, bright light, and high humidity. Grows to about 16-feet long, having many wiry, and twining stems. On the stems, adventitious roots form at the leaf joints to attach it to the host plant. The leaves are opposite, starting small, and rounded, then the modified food storage leaves becoming large, pitcher-like, and hollow. However, the cavity in the leaf fills with its own roots. These leaves are fleshy, green outside, and purplish inside. Flowers are yellowish, fleshy, and arranged in umbels. USDA Zone 11. Easy to grow as a houseplant or in the drier areas of terrariums. Likes bright light and needs to dry out between watering.