Hoya anncajanoae

$91.00
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Hoya anncajanoae is endemic to the Philippine island of Luzon and was named after its discoverer, Ann O. Cajano; from the rejuvenation of the mother plant, own propagation; easy to care for, very beautiful lentil-like shape of the leaves in the velvety green-blue colour; hanging shoots; brownish-red coloured flowering; not overfertilised therefore top healthy and robust (quality before quantity!). ), not hardy, also suitable for semi-shady locations, no waterlogging, please; planted in self-mixed organic substrate (the next 1-2years the plant does not need to be repotted); enjoy your new Hoya anncajanoae.

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