Last updated:
07 jul 2019

Hoya kerrii Craib




This hoya comes from Thailand, Laos and Cambodia and it was described in 1911.


This is a hoya that needs a lot of space, but it grows relatively slowly so this is normally not a problem. The leaves are thick, heart shaped, about 9-12 cm long and 7-9 cm wide. The colour is dark green and ligther underneath. There also seems to be one with fuzzy leaves...


The flowers are reflexed, pale pink with darker pink coronas. Each flower is about 1.5 cm and produces lots of orange/brown nectar. In each umbel there are 15-30 flowers. The flowers last almost two weeks and have a vague smell that can be closest described as chlorine.

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