Hoya mindorensis (Red Flower)
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.
Care of Hoya mindorensis:
- Bright, indirect light.
- 60 to 85 degrees.
- Humidity 50-60%
- Water only when soil is dry to the touch
This plant is shipped in a 3.5 - 4 inch pot.
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