The most unusual / unique foliage – thick, hard leaves, almost heart-shaped with ruffled margins in shades of blue / green, measuring 3cm x 2cm.
A small hoya, well suited to either a hanging basket or trellis.
Blooms: Pubescent creamy-white to pale lilac flowers, up to 10mm in diameter, with red-purple-centred white corona. Up to 20 flowers per umbel. Slight sweet perfume. Small amounts of nectar. Flowers last up to 6 days.
Sun exposure: Flowers well in lots of bright, indirect light.
Water requirement: Water thoroughly and allow to dry out. Does not appreciate constant dampness. Prefers well-drained gravelly mix. Water less in winter.
Maintenance: Low. Half strength doses of fertiliser in growing period.
Special note: WAOL permitted. Full name - Hoya kanyakumariana India IML 1580. Sometimes referred to as the 'mini kerrii.'
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.
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