Plant Hoya Burtoniae Small
Plant Hoya Burtoniae Small
Plant Hoya Burtoniae Small
Plant Hoya Burtoniae Small
Plant Hoya Burtoniae Small
Plant Hoya Burtoniae Small

Hoya Burtoniae

$44.99$34.99

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The Hoya Burtoniae is a vining epiphyte with fuzzy, dark green leaves that mimic the appearance of leaves of an evergreen tree. The is so rare that this might be the first time you've heard of it and you might be the only one with it in your neighbourhood and beyond. Display it in a basket by hanging it on a wall for the extra exotic tropical vibe. Plant Size Guide Extra Small: 2 - 2.5 inch standard nursery pot Small: 3.5 - 4 inch standard nursery pot.  Medium: 5 -6 inch standard nursery pot. Large: 7 - 8 inch standard nursery pot. Light She prefers bright indirect light. You might find her growth slows or she stops putting out flowers if the lighting conditions are too low Water Though Hoya plants can withstand some drought, they prefer a more consistent watering schedule during the growing season. Water regularly during the growth period. Allow the soil to dry before watering. Plant Specific Care She doesn't require a lot of fertilizer, but you can fertilize her if you want her to bloom better. Use any general-purpose houseplant fertilizer and follow the directions on the packaging. She will also enjoy medium to high humidity. Pet-Friendly Plant Yes.

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Description

The Hoya Burtoniae is a vining epiphyte with fuzzy, dark green leaves that mimic the appearance of leaves of an evergreen tree.

The is so rare that this might be the first time you've heard of it and you might be the only one with it in your neighbourhood and beyond. Display it in a basket by hanging it on a wall for the extra exotic tropical vibe.

Plant Size Guide

Extra Small: 2 - 2.5 inch standard nursery pot

Small: 3.5 - 4 inch standard nursery pot. 

Medium: 5 -6 inch standard nursery pot.

Large: 7 - 8 inch standard nursery pot.

Light

She prefers bright indirect light. You might find her growth slows or she stops putting out flowers if the lighting conditions are too low

Water

Though Hoya plants can withstand some drought, they prefer a more consistent watering schedule during the growing season. Water regularly during the growth period. Allow the soil to dry before watering.

Plant Specific Care

She doesn't require a lot of fertilizer, but you can fertilize her if you want her to bloom better. Use any general-purpose houseplant fertilizer and follow the directions on the packaging. She will also enjoy medium to high humidity.

Pet-Friendly Plant

Yes.

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