A diminutive creeping species of hoya, this small semi-succulent vine closely resembles H. serpens. Leaves are round and slightly fuzzy with slight corrugations. The primary difference between the two is in the flower, however H. tengchongensis is generally much harder to find for sale.
- Light: bright indirect w/ some sun
- Soil: succulent mix
- Water: keep slightly moist with moderate humidity
- Fertilizer: slow release
Available as assorted packs of unrooted cuttings in coco chips. All sales final
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