081 – Hoya Erythrina
This unusual species is highly sought after due to it are short large and attractive foliage, runners and leaves closely spaced making it a great candidate for baskets.
Note: The photo represents a typical plant, plants are selected randomly from available stock and may vary.
Flowers - Clusters of 8 to 10 8mm flowers appear in summer.
Position - Full sun to Semi-shaded positions, flowers better under higher sun levels.
Temperature - Cool to warm range, in colder areas and may be undercover need to be wintered indoors.
Water - Keep dryer in winter and moist in warmer months.
Fertilizer - Weak dose regularly in warmer months.
Repotting - Only when the plant is well advanced in a pot or mid Spring.