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Hoya multiflora variegata

Original price $60.00 - Original price $60.00
Original price
$60.00 - $60.00
Current price $60.00

3” Hoya multiflora variegata - Variegated Wax Plant

is a captivating and unique plant known for its beautiful variegated foliage. The leaves of this Hoya variety exhibit a mix of green and creamy white or yellow patterns, creating an eye-catching display. Each leaf is adorned with distinct variegation, ranging from speckles to splashes or marbling effects. In addition to its striking foliage, Hoya multiflora variegata produces clusters of small, star-shaped flowers with a delightful fragrance, adding to its allure. This plant is a popular choice for hanging baskets or trailing over shelves and walls.

Light: Bright indirect light is preferred for Hoya multiflora variegata. It can tolerate lower light conditions, but intense direct sunlight should be avoided.

Soil type: Well-draining soil is essential for this plant. A mixture of peat moss, perlite, and orchid bark works well.

Water: Allow the soil to dry out partially between waterings. Water thoroughly, ensuring proper drainage. Hoya plants prefer to be slightly dry rather than overly wet.

Temperature: Hoya multiflora variegata thrives in average to warm temperatures between 18-27°C (64-81°F). Protect it from cold drafts and temperature extremes.

Humidity: This plant appreciates higher humidity levels. Regular misting or placing it near a humidifier can help maintain adequate humidity.

Maintenance: Prune the plant to control its size and shape. Pinch off spent flowers to encourage more blooms. Regularly inspect and treat for pests like aphids or mealybugs.

Family: Apocynaceae Genus: Hoya Species: Hoya multiflora Native Range: Native to Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands.

Type: Vine/Trailing plant Zone: Hoya multiflora variegata is commonly grown as a houseplant. Habitat: Native to tropical regions. Height: It can grow several feet long, with trailing vines. Leaf: Variegated leaves with green and creamy white or yellow patterns. Toxicity: Hoya plants are generally considered non-toxic to humans and pets, but caution is always advised.


photo depicts a full grown 4” plant 

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