Hoya oblongacutifolia was known as Hoya graveolens until it was officially renamed in 2017. It is endemic to Southeast Asia where it is found growing mainly in limestone soils. The leaves are dark green and oblong in shape, hence the name oblongacutifolia. Flowers are small, white and heavily fragranced, although the scent is said to be earthy and not particularly pleasant.
Care of Hoya oblongacutifolia:
- Bright, indirect light.
- 60 to 85 degrees.
- Water when soil surface is dry to the touch.
- Trailing or twining growth habit.
This plant is shipped in a 3.5 inch pot.
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