Easy, fast growing hoya with bicoloured leaves. it is still an undescribed species, originally collected in the Philippines. it blooms during the cooler months and handles cool wet winters.
Easy, fast growing hoya with bicoloured leaves. it is still an undescribed species, originally collected in the Philippines. it blooms during the cooler months and handles cool wet winters. It is recommended for hanging baskets . Leaves are velvety dark green with darker edges and turn reddish with strong light or sun. Fyowers are small and ball-shaped. The corolla is red to pink and the corona is yellow, they produce nectar with caramel scent. hoya sp. DS 70 is similar to Hoya bilobata and Hoya tsungii, but not the same.
Hoyas in general are twining vines. They usually live in rainforests, on trees. Many species like this one are easy to grow because they can grow in many different conditions. They grow in bright shade or morning sun but they will also grow indoors as house plants as long as bright light is provided. They are well suited for baskets, trellises or ladders. They will tolerate a few weeks of drought but they are sensitive to frost and cold weather in general. Hoyas grow in fluffy soil with organic matter and sand or other draining materials.
We offer a rooted plant, grown in an 8,5 cm pot. Container size will give you an idea, but succulent plants are often sent bare root. These plants are very tolerant of bare-rooting. If you want to learn more about what we ship, then click this LINK and see pictures of our plants on the packing desk.
|Origen de la especie||Asia|
|Forma presentación||A raíz desnuda|
|Temperatura mínima invierno||0 ºC a 10 ºC|
|Época de floración||Meses más cálidos|
|Tipo de planta||Herbácea|