Hoya Pubicalyx Houseplant
Philadelphia Grown by City Planter
The deep-green lanceolate succulent leaves, often mottled with greyish speck patterns growing on purplish-grey stems give a pleasant look to the eyes. Clusters of tiny pink, star-shaped, bouquet-like flowers with maroon centre grow along the plant body in the spring to enhance the beauty of the vine. These plants are found growing under the trees and gaps of the forests. Thus, dappled sunlight exposure is best.
If you set this plant up in indirect sunlight, water thoroughly, and let it dry in between waterings, it’ll be climbing to new heights – literally! This houseplant is a climber.