Hoya Pubera


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climbing or hanging habit
large umbels of flowers covered with hairs
easy to grow plant
decorative leaves, speckled with white spots
collector’s plant


Hoya Pubera requires a site with plenty of bright, diffused light, or possibly a partial shade. Avoid locations with direct sunlight. It grows very well at room temperature of 15 ° C to 25 ° C and high air humidity. He likes sprinkling. Hoya does not tolerate excess and stagnant water, so the pot should have a lot of drainage holes, and the substrate must be permeable and well drained. A suitable substrate is a universal substrate. In summer, hoya should be watered profusely and regularly, but the substrate must dry out between waterings. In winter, it is watered sparingly to prevent the leaves from sagging. During the growing season, hoya is fed once a week with fertilizer for flowering plants or orchids, using half the recommended dose. It should not be moved, especially before and during flowering, as it may cause flowers and buds to fall.

The plant is sold in a pot with a diameter of 14cm. Plant height measured with the pot is approx. 45-50 cm.