Hoya blashernaezii from the rejuvenation of the mother plant, own propagation; easy to care for, very beautiful lentil-like shape of the leaves with a dark green leaf pattern; hanging shoots, cream-yellow coloured flowering; not overfertilised therefore top healthy and robust (organic 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 blashernaezii.
Hoya blashernaezii is a tropical, climbing plant with relatively sparse tendrils bearing attractive foliage and interesting bell-shaped or cupped yellow flowers, but the fragrance is very faint, almost imperceptible if at all. The flower stems are long and thin and the drooping flowers are difficult to see when viewed from below. The species name honours its finder, the Filipino laboratory worker and plant collector Blas Hernaez, who discovered the rare Hoya blashernaezii on Catanduanes Island near Luzon.
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