002.1 – Hoya Rope Inside Variegate
Variegated form of rope hoya are grown because of the attractive yellow or white patches in the middle of the leaves, variegated forms are slower to grow and flower less frequently than the green.
Note: The photo represents a typical plant, plants are selected randomly from available stock and may vary.
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Flowers - 1.2 cm across in large bunches that will produce multiple sets of scented flowers from each stem each year.
Position - Full sun to heavy shade, flowers better under higher sun levels. Indoor it will grow well but will not flower.
Temperature - Cool to moderate need to be range, may protected in severe frost areas.
Water - Keep dryer in winter and moist in warmer months. If leaves wrinkle it is a sign of not enough water or bad root systems.
Fertilizer - Weak dose regularly in warmer months
Repotting - Only when plant is well advanced in the pot or mid spring to summer.