147 – Hoya Rotundiflora – NO TAG
Also known as the ‘Square Leaf Hoya’ due to its unusual rectangular fuzzy leaves. Hardy, slow-growing species best suited indoors or in warmer climates.
Note: The photo represents a typical plant, plants are selected randomly from available stock and may vary.
Flowers - 1.2cm across in small bunches that will produce multiple sets of scented flowers from each stem each year. Slow-growing, suits pot or basket.
Position - Full sun to heavy shade; flowers better under higher sun levels. Indoors it will grow well but will not flower.
Temperature - Moderate to warm range, will need to be protected in colder climates.
Water - Keep dry in winter and moist in warmer months.
Fertiliser - Weak dose regularly in months. warmer
Repotting - Only when plant is well advanced in pot or mid-spring.