063 – Hoya Cumingiana
This species produces strong upright stems with small compact leaves and can be trained on a ladder or allowed to hang.
Note: The photo represents a typical plant, plants are selected randomly from available stock and may vary.
Flowers - Up to 8mm across and 15mm long in bunches of 10 to 15 hanging from under the leaves.
Position - Full sun to partial shade, under cover in colder climates to protect from winter rains & frosts.
Temperature - Tolerant of most temperatures but must be kept dry and protected in frost zones or indoors.
Water - Keep dryer in winter in colder climates and moist in warmer months. In tropical climates reduce watering in summer to promote more flowers.
Fertiliser - months Weak dose regularly in warmer
Repotting - Only when plant is well advanced in pot or mid spring to late summer.