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Hoya Caudata - 4" Pot

Hoya Caudata - 4" Pot

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Hoya caudata is a type of tropical plant belonging to the genus Hoya, which is commonly known as the wax plant or porcelain flower. Hoya plants are known for their attractive foliage and unique flowers. Hoya caudata specifically is known for its distinct leaves and fragrant blossoms.

The leaves of Hoya caudata are typically elongated and lance-shaped, with prominent veining. They can vary in color from green to shades of reddish-brown or even bronze, depending on the lighting conditions.

Hoya caudata produces beautiful, star-shaped flowers that typically appear in clusters. The flowers have a waxy texture, giving rise to the common name "wax plant." The color of the flowers can range from white to pale pink, often with a contrasting center.

One of the distinctive features of Hoya caudata is its fragrant flowers. The blooms can emit a sweet and pleasant scent, especially during the evening hours.

Hoya caudata is a vining plant that can be grown both indoors and outdoors, depending on the climate. It's well-suited for hanging baskets or growing on a trellis, allowing its vines to cascade down.

Like other Hoya species, Hoya caudata requires bright, indirect light to thrive. It's important to avoid direct sunlight, as it can scorch the leaves. The plant prefers well-draining soil and should be allowed to dry out slightly between waterings. Regular fertilization during the growing season can promote healthy growth and flowering.

Hoya caudata can be propagated through stem cuttings, which should be taken from healthy vines. These cuttings can be rooted in water or directly in soil. The plant can also be propagated through layering, where a section of a vine is encouraged to root while still attached to the parent plant.

Hoya plants, including Hoya caudata, have gained popularity among houseplant enthusiasts due to their unique appearance and relatively low maintenance requirements. Keep in mind that specific care instructions might vary based on your growing conditions, so it's a good idea to research and tailor your care routine to your plant's needs.
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