Hoya macrophylla (Hoya Latifolia)
Hoya Macrophylla Albomarginata is also known as Hoya Latifolia.
There is a lot of debate around the name; for now we will call it by the name many of you have come to know it by. It is an epiphytic , climbing Hoya with fragrant and beautiful blooms (not sold with blooms). Hoya macrophylla is an uncommon Hoya with large, textured leaves whose margins are variegated with swatches of creamy white and pink.
As the plant matures it produces clusters of beautiful cream star shaped flowers (this could take a year or several years depending on the environment.)
Light: Bright, indirect light (careful to not place in direct sun)
Water: Water when potting medium drires about an inch, can keep slightly more moist than other Hoyas, but be careful to not overwater
Potting medium:Use a well-draining potting medium
Fertilizer: Spring through fall with a slow-release or houseplant fertilizer. Make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions.
HOW TO GROW:
Grow your easy-care hoya in low, medium, or bright light. It tolerates low and medium light, but doesn't typically bloom in these conditions. The more light hoya gets, the more flowers it will produce.
Water hoya when the potting mix dries out completely.
Fertilize with any general-purpose houseplant fertilizer and follow the directions on the packaging.
Hoyas are not meant for human or animal consumption.
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