Hoya obscura OBS005

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Very nice specimen of Hoya obscura with active new growth as seen in third photo. Well-rooted and healthy.  10 leaves with a peduncle.  I also took it out from being in bright lights to relax the sun stress a bit for transit (see third photo). Planted in Jeffrey’s hoya mix. 

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Hoya Carnosa 'Argentea Princess'

Hoya carnosa 'Argentea Princess' is a variant of Hoya carnosa. This hoya is an extremely slow growing one and is popular among plant enthusiasts for its foliage. The leaves of the Argentea Princess are thick and succulent, with a dark grey-green to teal coloration and a broad splotch of greenish-gold variegation in the middle. 

Flower: 

The inflorescence consists of an umbel with clusters of dull cadmium yellow star-shaped blooms. There is minimal color differentiation between the corona and the corolla.

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Summary:

  • Bright indirect lighting
  • Temperature range 45 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit
  • 70% to 80% relative humidity.
  • loose, well-draining soil
  • low demands for watering
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