Hoya Insularis INS002

Sale price$75.00

Fully rooted Hoya insularis. Single plants in Jeffrey's Hoya Mix.

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Hoya Insularis

As a plant collector, you'll be intrigued by Hoya Insularis, an enthralling and exceptional species first discovered in the early 1900s. This extraordinary specimen showcases delicate, elongated leaves that are not only visually striking but also incredibly soft to the touch. Furthermore, Hoya insularis produces eye-catching, unique pink flowers that are guaranteed to captivate anyone who sees them.

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  • Bright and diffuse light
  • Temperature range 18-25 degrees C
  • Humidity range 40-60%
  • Water when dry
  • Well-draining coarse soil
  • Fertilizing during the growing season.
  • Does sun-stress to red leaves
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