I have been growing this hoya for a few years now after acquiring a tiny cutting from overseas. When it arrived the leaves were curled and the stem was limp but viable. After a week in my ICU area…it rooted and took off growing nicely. The only thing is that no matter how much I tried to change it’s conditions or nutrients, the leaves never uncurled. So I have learned and accepted the fact that this is they way they are supposed to be. Please do not over-water because you might think that is the reason…it is not! This time the blooms were a lime green, although the photo do a terrible job depicting this shade of green.
Hoya Blooms in Green as well as Yellow – Hoya sp. Fidjii
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