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These plants may currently have some black dots on some leaves from living outside in south FL. The spots are not a disease and will not affect the plants health.

H. multiflora grows more shrubby unlike most Hoyas that are vines. It produces very unique blooms of waxy texture. The clusters of yellow and white flowers are arranged like a shooting stars display. This Hoya is perhaps number 1 for the earliest bloomer that I sell and it is also a non-stop bloomer for me. It grows really well as a house plant and also can grow outside during the warm months. Some people say the real name is Hoya javanica.

FAMILY : Apocynaceae
ORIGIN : Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Philippines
MATURE SIZE : 3' - 4'
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS : filtered light outdoors or near a window indoors
WATER REQUIREMENTS : thin leaf species that requires more water; keep it slightly moist
MIN. TEMP. : high 50's F for short period of time
FLOWER : year round, early bloomer!
COMMENTS : grows more like a bush, doesn't need a trellis, grows really well indoors

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 28 July, 2005.

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