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Grass Leafed Hoya (Hoya retusa)

Grass Leafed Hoya (Hoya retusa)

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R2393-2

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2.5" Pot Size
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Grass Leafed Hoya (Hoya retusa)
Thin, wispy leaves and unusual flowers give this rare hoya its unique form. Like many in the genus, it’s an indestructible container plant that can be grown in moderate light and survive dry soil and low humidity. Although not a heavy bloomer, its waxy ¾” star-shaped blossoms arise as single flowers with bright red eyes. With a little encouragement, it can be trained as a hanging basket specimen. It thrives in an east or west window blooming from spring to fall.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Fall, Spring, Summer
Sun Requirement Partial Sun, Shade
Grows to 3-4"
Minimum Temperature Indoors 60
Plant Type Easy Grower, Good for a Hanging Basket


Tips for Success:

• Easy-to-grow houseplants with a very resilient nature

• Give them partial sunlight in a north or east window

• They will live for years in the same pot

• These low maintenance plants should be watered when the
   soil is dry to the touch

• Fertilize with a balanced fertilizer during the active growing
  season in summer

• Cooler night temperatures and shortened day length stimulate
   bloom for some hoyas

• Many hoyas flower during the spring, summer or fall seasons

• Some have a delightful floral scent


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