Hoya sweet scent
Hoya Sweet Scent is a woody, epiphyte or shrub with reflexed flowers that have a creamy corolla with pink tips and a corona that is pink with pale tips.
Hoya Sweet Scent is a woody, epiphyte or shrub with reflexed flowers that have a creamy corolla with pink tips and a corona that is pink with pale tips. The leaves are 7-10 cm long and 5-7 cm wide, with few flexes and visible veins.
Easy to grow and does not require much attention. Hoya does best in filtered light or indoors with plenty of artificial light. Hoya plants don't ask for much beyond well-drained soil and warm, humid conditions
It makes a nice hanging basket, but also does really well as a mounted plant
Hoyas like moderate to bright indirect light. It hates direct sunlight and dark corners. Hoya sweet scent plants are very sensitive to overwatering. To avoid this, always keep hyacinths in pots with drainage holes.
Hoya plants can bring a tropical spring flavor to your home. They are filled with green, succulent leaves and when they begin to bloom, they release sweet scented breath. They are non-toxic to pets and easy to maintain. The key to hoya care is letting them dry out between watering and giving them plenty of bright, indirect light.
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