Hoya bella ‘Anneke Buis’ hba002

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Hoya bella 'Anneke Buis' is the outer variegated of the three hoya bella varieties. There are three well rooted plants grown in perlite.

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Hoya Bella 'Anneke Buis'

The Hoya bella ‘Anneke Buis’ plant, also referred to as the Hoya Bella Albomarginata, is indigenous to Southeast Asia and Australia.

Hoya bella 'Anneke Buis’ is a lovely Hoya that cascades over the ground and has small, stout, light green leaves with white margins. The petals are pure white, and the centers of the flowers are vivid pink. Absolutely breathtaking!

The stunning outer margin variegated (or commonly misnamed Albomarginata) variety of Hoya has leaves that are flat and green overall, but the edges are cream and variegated with white. This Hoya plant certainly lives up to its name, Bella, which is derived from the word “beautiful.”

Hoya bella has waxy leaves, and in the blooming season, this plant produces clusters of tiny star-shaped white flowers with a pinkish-purple center that has a sweet fragrance. It is also known as a honey plant due to its sweet fragrance.

It is more suitable for pendant cultivation. Its leaves are small, measuring 3 cm in length, and 1 cm in width, with a lowered central vein, and the edges of the leaves, are white.

Its flowers are white with pink/purple corona, resembling red beads, and you will find 07-10 flowers in each bunch. The flowers last about 8 days and are born at the tips of the branches. Requires a warm and humid environment but does not tolerate excessive humidity. Needs clarity but can’t stand the direct sun. It should be cultivated like an orchid, mixing a lot of expanded clay with the substrate.

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Summary:

  • Light: bright indirect, direct light is fine for a few hours, but please avoid the summer sun
  • Soil: organic, well-draining. Please plant all hoyas in very well-draining loose soil; hoyas don’t like sitting in set soggy soil.
  • Water: allow to dry out slightly between waterings.
  • Fertilizer: slow release
  • Temperatures: 18 – 26°C
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