Hoya Pubicalyx.

 

This variety has green leaves, often with silvery white speckling. Depending on the light it receives, the vines may take on a shade of purple. Because of it's solid green leaves, it can tolerate less light than the variegated varieties. 

 

Hoyas are great climbers, and will happily climb up a trellice. You can also keep them in a hanging basket, or potted on the edge of a shelf for them to trail down. 

 

Light: Because of it's solid green leaves, it can tolerate less light than the variegated varieties. They will thrive in medium to bright light, with some direct sun. More light means more opportunities to flower, although the plant needs to be atleast 3 + years old before they flower. East, South or West windows are ideal. 

Water: When soil is just dry. Because of their succulent-like leaves, they are somewhat drought tolerant and can handle being on the drier side. Water even less in winter months when growth is slowest. 

Humidity: Normal home temperature and humidity is fine for hoyas, however they will thrive in more humid environments. 

Soil: Drainage and well draining soil is key for a hoya. African Violet soil is a great option, even with some added sand or perlite. 

 

This hoya comes in a 4" plastic growers pot (last photo). White decorative pot in photo not included. 

*All plants vary, and may not be exactly as pictured.

 

Hoya Pubicalyx 4"

C$8.99Price
  • Light: Because of it's solid green leaves, it can tolerate less light than the variegated varieties. They will thrive in medium to bright light, with some direct sun. More light means more opportunities to flower, although the plant needs to be atleast 3 + years old before they flower. East, South or West windows are ideal. 

    Water: When soil is just dry. Because of their succulent-like leaves, they are somewhat drought tolerant and can handle being on the drier side. Water even less in winter months when growth is slowest. 

    Humidity: Normal home temperature and humidity is fine for hoyas, however they will thrive in more humid environments. 

    Soil: Drainage and well draining soil is key for a hoya. African Violet soil is a great option, even with some added sand or perlite. 

    This hoya comes in a 4" plastic growers pot. White decorative pot in photo not included.