Hoya Sigillatis hails from Borneo, has been recently classified and described, so it will surely be a precious gem in indoor plant collections. Due to the unusual color of the leaves, it is considered one of the most beautiful hoya. The leaves are lanceolate in shape with a pointed tip and grow to about 7 cm in length and 1.20 cm in width. The upper side of the leaf is green in color and is covered with profusely many gray spots, while the reverse side of the leaf has a purple-purple color. In sunny places, the leaves take on a beautiful red blush. Hoya sigillatis owes its beauty not only to beautifully colored leaves. Its apricot-orange flowers with a golden five-star cap are also captivating. They are gathered in umbellate inflorescences of 20–25 individual flowers. They bloom about a week, and the curiosity is that they bloom at night and do not have the typical hoya smell, only a barely perceptible scent. Hoya Sigillatis looks most beautiful in hanging containers or climbing bars and supports.
climbing or hanging habit
attractive color of the leaves
striking silvery spots on the leaves
easy to grow plant
a unique and rare gem for collectors
Hoya is an easy and graceful plant to grow indoors. Accustomed to harsh conditions in nature, it does not require excessive care and attention in the apartment. However, it is worth remembering about its mountain origin and the need for high air humidity. Prefers a warm position with lots of diffused light. It tolerates drought quite well, but the substrate should not be completely dry. However, it is very sensitive to water stagnation and overflow, 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. It grows best in tight containers, alongside supports or in a hanging form. In the period from spring to late summer, we provide fertilizer for flowering plants.
The plant is sold in a pot with a diameter of 12 cm. Plant height measured with the pot is approx. 30-40 cm.