Thickly succulent leaves, measuring 6cm x 2.5cm, in emerald green which take on reddish hues in elevated light levels.
Petite, scrambling species. Easy, fast grower. An early bloomer.
Blooms: Tiny, revolute cream flowers with tinges of pale pink, measuring 6mm, with a high-rise, creamy-beige corona. Approximately 15 flowers per umbel. Abundant clear nectar. Mild fragrance.
Sun exposure: Medium to bright indirect light.
Water requirement: Does not appreciate fully drying out. Prefers well-draining open mix. Water less in winter.
Maintenance: Low. Half strength doses of fertiliser in growing period.
Special note: WAOL permitted. Full name - Hoya myrmecopa Sulawesi IML 1375. Rare species. The name means ‘ant hole’ as it was first discovered cohabiting with ants in tree trunk hollows.
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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