Hoya - Plant

Hoya australis 

Reaching towards great heights

A creeper in the house? Why not. Follow the growth of this eye-pleasing Hoya Australis. You might think the Hoya needs a lot of fertiliser. Nothing could be further from the truth! A little water is sufficient. You could even forget to do it occasionally. The independent Australis keeps on growing quietly. The only thing they need is a light spot. Only, the fierce afternoon sun is a little too much of a good thing. Turning isn't necessary either. Let the Hoya Australis go its own way!
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  • Free delivery
  • Planting
  • What do I need?
    • Decorative pot
    • Potting soil

    How to plant the Hoya in a pot?
    This houseplant is delivered in a standard growers pot. It’s best for the growth of the Hoya to plant it in a decorative planter with trellis. So you can lead up the growing branches.

    Cover the bottom of the decorative planter with a layer of potting soil. The Hoya should be 1 to 2 cm below the rim. Remove the growers pot and place the plant in the middle of the decorative pot. Fill the pot with fresh potting soil and press it down slightly.
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  • Care
  • What do I need?
    • Watering can
    • Fertiliser for green plants
    • Plant sprayer

    How to take care of Hoyas?
    Hoyas don't like a lot of water. A weekly dash is sufficient. Dissolve a little flowering plant fertiliser in the irrigation water every second week. The Hoya needs a rest period in November and December. Then water less and don't fertilise.

    Do not put the plant too close to the heating. The hot airflow can dry out the leaves too quickly. You can leave the old flowers. Maybe they will bloom again! The Hoya enjoys a light spot with morning or evening sun.
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  • Specifics
  • Waxflower (Hoya) is a sturdy houseplant, easily grown. The leathery leaves are a glossy green. Waxflower rather resembles a succulent so requires very little watering.
    Waxflower originated in the tropical, dry regions of Eastern Australia and is used in the tropics as ornamental, municipal planting. In more temperate climes, it makes a very popular houseplant. The large number of flowers smell delightfull.
    Hoya is classified under Apocynaceae.
    Waxflower rather resembles another well-known houseplant, Stephanotis floribunda - even down to the scented flowers!
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  • Extra information
  • Latin name Hoya australis 
    Delivery type Supplied as container plant
    Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
    Color Green
    Light preference partial sun ,  full shade
    Scented not scented
    Flowers for cutting no
    Growing height100 - 150 cm
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