Hoya Blashernaezii ssp Siariae (Red)
+ Comes in a 4" plastic container.
Believed to originate from the Phillipines, the hoya Siariae was named after Dr. Simeona V. Siar and later recognized as a subspecies of hoya Blashernaezii which is named after Blas Hernaez.
CLASSIFICATION / GENUS:
Apocynacea (milkweed plant) / Hoya
Hoya Siariae / Hoya Blashernaezii ssp. siariae
This is a great trailing hoya, both climbs and can be hung from a basket.
This plant can exist outdoors in zones 10a-11. It does not like being in temperatures below 40 degrees F.
Low Maintenance. Great beginner plant. Fast grower.
Bright indirect light, direct sun can scorch its leaves. Can also thrive in low light conditions, but is not favorable.
Like most Hoya plants, these are succulents and require very little water. Water weekly during the summer, and even less in winter time.
General all purpose soil, heavily mixed in with bits of charcoal, perlite, and bits of bark and/or coconut husk.
DOES IT FLOWER?
Yes, they blossom a cluster of off white wax flowers with reddish/orange centers.
IS IT POISONOUS/TOXIC?
All Hoyas are considered toxic (as they produce sap similar to the milkweed), but not necessarily poisonous, the amount of ingestion varies from animal, but on a whole the ASPCA regards them as safe to have around pets and children.
CAN IT BE PROPAGATED FROM CUTTINGS?
Yes. These can be propagated anytime using stem tip cuttings. The stems produce aerial roots which can root easily when inserted into a moist medium. Allow your cuttings to dry for a day before planting.
Common Pests: Spider Mites, Mealy bugs, Scale / Common diseases: root rot due to overwatering.
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WINTER TRAVEL: PLEASE MAKE SURE TO PURCHASE A HEAT-PACK (FOUND WITHIN OUR STORE) IF THE PLANT IS TRAVELING IN BELOW 50 DEGREE WEATHER.