Hoyas are twining vines, with showy exotic flowers, from the rainforests in Asia and Oceania. Most species grow in bright shade or morning sun, but they will also grow indoors as house plants. They are well suited for baskets, trellises or ladders. They tolerate a few weeks of drought but they are sensitive to frost and cold. Many hoyas are easy to grow and bloom, while some are tricky and rare.
Very beautiful Hoya, native to Borneo. Its flowers are pure white, and quite large, about 4 cm tall. It is rare in cultivation and hard to root, but then it is easy to grow and blooms regularly during the warmest months. It has a subtle fragrance but the beauty and size of the flowers deserve attention!
This species is closely related to Hoya carnosa . Flowers are larger, white with red center and very fragrant. The leaves are round with speckles and are also fuzzy. It is native to China and Southern Japan. It is a cool growing species that can also take short light frost.
Hoya onychoides is a magnificent vine with large, dark glossy leaves and enormous purple flowers in large umbels. Its flowers emit a sweet fragrance that can become very strong on warm summer evenings. It originates from Papua New Guinea and was described in 1995.
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