Hoya sigillatis ‘Atlas River’ har002

Sale price$40.00

Well rooted Hoya sigilatis "Alas River" planted in Jeffrey's Hoya mix.  Third photo show current state of growth.  Active growth point.

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Hoya Sigillatis Alas River

The Hoya Sigillatis Alas River is a variant of Hoya Sigillatis, and features similar leaves, dark green long leaves with silvery speckles; however, the leaves on Hoya Sigillatis Alas River are smaller than its parent species. 

When their leaves are subjected to too much light, they develop a crimson or burgundy hue.

It behaves like any other hoya and will climb if given the chance. However, due to its attractiveness as a hanging plant, many gardeners and owners favour growing it this way. Hoya Sigillatis Alas River Alas River leaves can be anywhere from 1 to 3 inches long and just a hair wider than half an inch, despite the plant's seemingly tiny stature. Islands in Southeast Asia like Borneo and Malaysia are home to it in its natural environment.

Its blooms are also different from Hoya Sigillatis. The plant grows fluffy pink blooms that look nothing like the compact flowers of its parent species.

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  • Bright, indirect light
  • Temperature range 60 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Humidity range between  between 65% and 85%
  • Well-draining organic soil
  • Less watering
  • Organic fertilizing during the growing season
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