UACES Facebook Hoya


(August 2012)

QuestionCan you please identify the attached plant picture.


AnswerThe plant is a houseplant called wax hoya or simply hoya. The flowers are very waxy in texture and usually last quite a while. Some varieties are highly fragrant, and can be slow to flower. Others like the shooting star hoya bloom more freely, but have no fragrance.


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