002 – Hoya Indian Rope
Hoya Indian Rope
This superb form of Carnosa forms long stems with attractive twisted leaves like a thick rope that can cascade to over 1 meter long. There are 2 variegated forms of Indian rope also available.
Note: The photo represents a typical plant, plants are selected randomly from available stock and may vary.
Flowers - Highly scented 12 to 15 mm appear in clusters throughout the growing season, older buds can reflower each year so do not remove them.
Position - Full sun to heavy shade, flowers better under higher sun levels. Indoor it will grow well but will not flower as well.
Temperature - Cool to moderate range, may need to be 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 the plant is well advanced in the pot or mid-spring to summer.