This plant is quite alike to Hoya australis tenuipes however new growth comes in green and the leaves are generally thicker and more succulent.
Please note: The growth points on these plants were cut awhile ago. Most plants are thinking about growing but yet to produce new vines. Selling early as we have so many and getting over run with them!
Plastic pot diameter: 10cm
Blooms: White waxy blooms with pale rose coronas.
Light: Hoya grow best in bright indirect light, be sure to avoid direct sunlight as this will burn the leaves!
Watering: Allow the top inch of soil to dry out between watering. This particular species has thin leaves so it needs watering more often than most Hoya. Please ensure not to leave it sat in water (we don't like wet feet around here!)
Growth: This plant can be grown up a support eg. trellis ect or it can be left to trail once it has grown big enough to weigh the vines down. Alternatively, pruning can encourage a fuller, bushier plant.