Last updated:
15 okt 2013

Hoya pauciflora Wight




This hoya comes from Burma and it was described in 1841.


This one can be grown either hanging or wrapped around a support. I've tried both and hanging is definately the easiest way to grow this hoya. The leaves are very narrow, the length varies from 3-9 cm but the width is no more than 1 cm. The leaves are often a little curved, have lowered center veins and some flecks. The colour is mostly dark green, but if grown in bright sunlight the leaves get paler green.


It's said that this hoya needs cooler temperatures to develop the beautiful white flowers with small red coronas. These flowers are 2.5 cm each and they grow mostly one by one. They have a fresh fragrance, produce small drops of nectar and last almost two weeks.

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