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PLANT ID CARD

HOYA CALLISTOPHYLLA

The attractive foliage of this thick-leaved plant makes it an interesting addition to a gardener’s collection. This species is an evergreen succulent climber which is known to have great disease-resistant features. Produces clusters of tiny and fragrant flowers.
To keep it in perfect shape, here are things you need to know:

 Thrives in bright indirect sunlight
   Between 65 and 80ºF, best around 50-70%+ humidity
   Water when the top 1” to 2” is dry
 Hoyas are not toxic to humans and animals
 Mix of peat moss merged with perlite
Spreads indefinitely, consider a generous space for optimal growth

In-Depth Care Guide

This species of Hoyas - also known as Stiff-leaved Hoya or Wax-plant Calistophylla - is pretty easy to care of. Here is what you need to know:

Since Hoyas have succulent characteristics, it is not necessary to water them every day. To grow a healthy plant, make sure that the 1" or 2" of the soil are slightly dry and only then water your plant.

Overwatering the plant may cause stress and infections. It goes the same way around: a very dry plant will grow orange/yellow leaves and lose its structural strength.

Pro tip: it is sometimes recommended to water the plant with low-chlorine and lukewarm water.

READY TO GIVE IT A TRY?
HOYA CALLISTOPHYLLA - 0402
HOYA CALLISTOPHYLLA - 0402
HOYA CALLISTOPHYLLA - 0402
HOYA CALLISTOPHYLLA - 0402
HOYA CALLISTOPHYLLA - 0402

HOYA CALLISTOPHYLLA - 0402

$ 58.00

A hard to come by hoya with deep dark veins and sturdy leaves. Flowers are small orange tinge globes.

  • Light: Bright indirect
  • Soil: succulent mix w/ coconut husk and some organic matter. We use orchid mix w/ coconut husk for quick draining.
  • Water: Treat like succulent.  Keep slightly on dry side.
  • FertIlizer: Slow release

Available as assorted.  1 leaf, 2 leaves, or 3 leaves rotted node cutting(s).  Size will vary.

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