Hoya Shooting Star (Hoya multiflora Blume)
$14.95 incl. GST
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Overall Height APPROXIMATELY 40cm
- The Hoya Shooting Stars Plant is native to Thailand and Malaysia.
- White blooms on the Hoya Shooting Stars plant appear in large clusters, with the waxy petals leaning back behind the center of the flower, like shooting stars.
- There are over 200 species of the easy to grow almost indestructible Hoya Plants.
- Hoya Plants are often referred to as Wax Plants because of the waxy nature of their leaves and flowers.
- Hoya Plants grow the best hanging in front of a bright sunny window.
- Even a houseplant novice will be successful in growing a Hoya Plant.
- Its common names are Shooting Star Hoya, Shooting Stars, Aloha Hoya, Porcelain Flower, and Wax Flower.
- Use a well-aerated fast-draining potting soil for a Hoya plant. Add a little sand to the soil to loosen it up even more if the soil seems heavy.
- Feed a Hoya Plant monthly with a balanced houseplant food at 1/2 the recommended strength when it is actively growing.
- Hoya Plants do best and bloom more in very bright light.
- Hoya Plants are one of the few indoor houseplants that can even thrive in direct sun.
- Although Hoya Plants can adapt to lower light, they grow slower and do not produce the fragrant porcelain-like flowers that are so beautiful.
- Hoya Plants are succulents and need to completely dry out before being watered.
- Hoya Plants do thrive on neglect but need additional water when in bloom.