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• Nursery Pot Ø: 12cm
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• Recommended decorative pot Ø: 13-15cm
• Approx plant height: 50cm
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How to care
How to care
The Hoya Linearis will thrive in bright, indirect sunlight.
Water your plant when the top couple of inches feel dry. Make sure the excess water can drain out when watering to keep your plant happy and healthy!
The Hoya Linearis thrives in tropical humid conditions. Consider placing it in a bright bathroom or misting every few days.
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If your Hoya is under-watered it will shrivel. If it is overwatered you will see its leaves go mushy and its stems go brown. Be careful not to overwater your Hoya, it is draught tolerant. It will reward long, bushy growth to regular watering and misting.
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The Hoya Linearis is particularly distinctive due to its small needle-shaped leaves attached to long, thin, cascading stems. With good care, this trailing plant will reward you with stunning cream-coloured flowers in spring & summer, which hang in small clusters, adding a unique beauty to this plant.
Introduce humidity loving plants into a bathroom to soften and bring warmth to hardware materials such as tiles and mirrors.
Native to the Himalayas of India, the Hoya Linearis is an evergreen species of flowering plant in the apocynaceae family. The small, needle-like, succulent leaves joined to long, thin, cascading stems make the Hoya Linearis a dramatic plant. Whether cascading down from a high spot or trailing sideways across a shelf or mantelpiece, this unique beauty is sure to make a stunning decorative display. When given good care including bright, indirect light, regular misting, and waterings when the top couple of inches of soil feel dry, the Hoya Linearis will reward its owner with stunning flowers. These cream, star-shaped flowers hang in small clusters, adding star quality to this indoor plant.
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Characteristics Nearly Indestructible
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