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Fragrant Wax Plant (Hoya odorata)

Fragrant Wax Plant (Hoya odorata)

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2.5" Pot Size
21 in stock

Availability: In stock

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Fragrant Wax Plant (Hoya odorata)
This most remarkable species carries an intensely sweet fragrance, unlike any other Hoya within our collection. It is easily grown with stems that can be either upright or cascading. Clusters of small, white blooms emerge along the leaf axis throughout the fall months.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Fall
Sun Requirement Partial Sun
Grows to 8-12"
Minimum Temperature Indoors 50
Plant Type Fragrant, 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

  1. Nice so far ! Review by Brian
    How do you rate this product?

    Plant arrived in great shape, and took off pretty well over the last year in my average-light window. Foliage is not super dense like some Hoyas, but is pleasant. Leaves might be redder in early stages and then green up as they age. Seems like it has a tendency to drop some leaves along the way, but nothing major and it's not marring the appearance. Looking forward to the flowers! (Posted on 8/1/2017)