Hoya mindorensis "Red Form"
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Hoya mindorensis is a Philippine native that grows as a twining epiphyte. The leaves are quite large for a hoya and feature a prominent midvein. The real draw of this species are the large umbels with strikingly unique flowers. The revolute (backwards-bent) corollas of the flowers are covered in thick, whisker-like hairs that frame the fleshy star-shaped coronas that are vibrant deep red in color. The flowers grow numerously in dense, spherical clusters for an unforgettable display.
Bright, indirect light. 60 to 85 degrees. Water only when soil is dry to the touch.
This plant is shipped in a 3.5 - 4 inch pot.
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