Hoya curtisii 4"
Hoya curtisii, also called the tiny-leaf porcelain flower, is an epiphyte native to countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand. Growing exclusively in the trees, the Hoya genus are largely gap species, which appreciate higher light and staying on the drier side. Hoya curtisii sports short internodes, along with small silver splashed leaves that will blush a shy pink with enough direct light. This species will also fix itself onto any porous surface near it's growth tips, as it produces aggressive adventitious roots.
Hoya curtisii likes very bright indirect light to partial/brief direct sun exposure, a chunky well-draining soil, moderate to high temps, and would absolutely love higher humidity. Likes to thoroughly dry in-between waterings. Can be grown mounted easily.
May not ever need to be repotted, but if so be positive that the plant is very rootbound before doing so.
This plant is not toxic.
4" hanging pots available.
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