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Hoya imbricata

Original price was: £150.00.Current price is: £75.00.

The Hoya Imbricata is a slow growing epiphytic climber that belongs to the Apocynaceae family.   This unique and hard to find wax plant has large, silver-splashed leaves. Native to Indonesia and Philippines, where it clings to the trunks and branches of trees for support.  This rare gem will thrive, if you are mindful of its warm temperature and high humidity needs, along with its low watering frequency.

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Plant care

Width: 8cm -Height: 40cm approx.

Bright indirect or filtered light.

Dunk in water once a week. You can use tap water to hydrate this plant, but we recommend that you leave the water in an open container for 24 hours to allow contaminants like chlorine and fluorine to evaporate.

Temperature range for this plant is 15°C – 30°C.

Prefers higher levels of humidity, at least 60%.

Considered non-toxic to cats and dogs. During Spring and Summer, mist the leaves often to increase the humidity in the air.

Description

The Hoya Imbricata is a slow growing epiphytic climber that belongs to the Apocynaceae family.   This unique and hard to find wax plant has large, silver-splashed leaves. Native to Indonesia and Philippines, where it clings to the trunks and branches of trees for support.  This rare gem will thrive, if you are mindful of its warm temperature and high humidity needs, along with its low watering frequency.

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