Also known as: Hoya Parasitica
This unique plant, Hoya Parasitica (aka Black Margin), is every bit an oddity. The leaf pattern resembles a combination of a turtle and someone's very fit abs while still maintaining a delicate look to them. They are waxy as are most Hoya, and the leaves are adorned with silver speckling; they also elongate as the plant matures. As the common name states they have a quirky black outline along the leaf margin. This is a standout plant that will produce big clusters of powerfully scented flowers and bring joy year round.
Care: Bright indirect light preferred. Can tolerate lower light and temperatures. 19c+ ideal. Feed every 3 weeks in the growing season.
Note: Plants are living things and variation is to be expected (celebrated even). The plant you receive won't be exactly the same one as pictured, but we do everything possible to make sure it is representative and that you won't be disapointed. Heights are approximate and include the pot. Any pots or hands featured in the pictures aren't included.