Hoya australis ssp. rupicola IML 1754 H198

An exceptionally succulent and drought resistant hoya.

Chunky, thick paddle-like leaves in a matt green colour, pubescent, measuring up to 9cm x 3cm, growing slowly into a scrambling shrub.

Blooms: White star-shaped flowers, measuring 16mm across, with white corona. Up to 15 flowers per umbel. Fragrant blooms. Flowers last for up to 7 days.
Sun exposure: Lots of bright indirect light or direct sun.
Water requirement: Well-draining open mix is a must! In winter provide small quantities of water at edge of pot rather than watering over root ball.
Maintenance: Low. This hoya thrives on neglect. Half strength doses of fertiliser in growing period.
Special note: Collector’s Number 70. WAOL permitted. Native to Australia. ‘Rupicola’ means rock dwelling or rock loving. Warm hoya: best suited to temperatures between 21-35C.

Each living plant is unique and may vary in size, colour, or shape depending on the season. Flowering plants are sent when available. Plants are sent bare-rooted.

Type: hoyas

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