Hoya nummularioides is an easy to grow plant that I would recommend to
beginners. It has small, flat, round, succulent leaves and makes a
really nice, full hanging basket plant. Unlike a lot of hoyas that have
round clusters resembling a perfect ball shape, it blooms as a flat
cluster with 20 or less flowers per umbel. The corona is pure white and
the corolla is pink with yellow center and white tips. The flowers are
on the small side, but they are super fragrant. This is one of the most
fragrant hoyas out there and the fragrance is wonderful. This hoya is a
fall bloomer and you can see many clusters on your plant at a time. This
hoya is native to Cambodia.
We grow our hoyas outside in filtered light, keep soils slightly dry and protect from cold temperatures.
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