As I was untangling and re-clipping the overgrown vines yesterday I pulled out my Hoya rigida to notice that new leaves were about three times the size of the previous growth. I thought this was odd since this plant was sitting amongst many plants and so the light it received was minimal to the exposure during the summer on the lanai. The plant was so huge that I decided to just sit it on the outside shelf on the lanai since the temps should be warm enough for the hoyas now…fingers crossed.
Hoya rigida IML 1395
Posted in Hoya Chat. Tagged with huge leaves new growth put on at low light levels during winter growing season.