YELLOW HOYA, WAX FLOWER Hoya fusca
A rare, large climbing shrub with leathery leaves, and greenish yellow and purplish flowers.
Hoyas are evergreen perennial creepers or s or rarely, shrubs. They often grow epiphytically on trees; some grow terrestrially, or occasionally in rocky areas. They climb by twining, and with the employment of adventitious roots. They have simple entire leaves, arranged in an opposite pattern, that are typically succulent.
The flowers appear in axillary umbellate clusters at the tip of peduncles. Hoya peduncles are commonly referred to as spurs. In most species these spurs are perennial and are rarely shed.
These Hoya seeds are very fresh (important), and rare!
Seeds per pack: 5
Germination: Germination is rapid, but viability is not long. If you are not able to plant your seeds right away, label them and store them in a fridge.
Place the seeds on the surface of a seed-start mix, and cover very thinly with vermiculite. Water and keep moist and warm until germination, at 75-85F (24-29 C).