Variegated Hoya wayetii, Wax Flower, Porcelain Flower

Hoya wayetii 'Variegata'

Asclepiadaceae

Variegated Hoya wayetii, Wax Flower, Porcelain Flower
Variegated Hoya wayetii, Wax Flower, Porcelain Flower
Variegated Hoya wayetii, Wax Flower, Porcelain Flower
The new foliage of this Stringbean Hoya look alike are touched in pinks and near reds and mature to a nice medium yellow to cream and green with a dark outline on each narrow leaf. This variegated form of Hoya wayetii is a vigorous, yet dainty, and easy to grow Waxflower that creates a tight mat of fine stems and dense foliage that is perfectly suited to spilling from containers and hanging baskets on warm shaded patios and porches. The dense low growth of Hoya wayetii should lend it to use as a groundcover beneath larger plants with similar growing requirements.

Hoya wayetii 'Variegata' is our tentative placement of this Hoya species from the available information that we have been able to find. It is very similar to the variegated form of Hoya kentiana.

Grows To: Mounds to 1-4"H, Trails to 24"+

USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 11

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Outdoor Light: Light shade, Cool early AM sunlight, Filtered sunlight

Indoor Light: High

pH Range: Mildy Acidic, Acidic

Soil & Moisture: Well-drained soils. Allow the soil to become slightly dry between waterings.

Deer Resistance: Not likely to be bothered

This plant may be toxic to humans and/or animals, click here for details

Please be advised that humans and/or animals may have allergic reactions if part(s) of this plant are consumed or by coming into contact with sap from bruised or broken plant parts: Latex sap from broken plant parts may cause an allergic reaction, especially in sensitive individuals.

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Container Size: 2.25 inch T / 9.7 fl.oz. / 287 ml

Price: $ 12.99
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