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Hoya sigillatis

SRQ 3089

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gorgeous foliage that stays red for me - does not do well if allowed to dry out - nice hanging plant - this can be a fast grower and then sit for quite a while - seems to be difficult to root if not given lots of moisture and bottom heat - I love that each leaf is a different color

"One of the most elegant Hoyas, with long oval leaves edged in royal purple and heavily patterned with silver leaf. Even the slender pubescent vines have a fine-boned perfection about them. New leaves emerge a rich plummy cabernet, a shade that remains or returns in strong light. The blossoms are colored with the palette of a blood orange, like the surprisingly fiery jewels around an heiress’ neck." ~ JLD

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  • Cost Per Cutting    
  • Ease of Rooting     
  • Watering Needs     
  • Length of Bloom    
  • Fragrant Bloom      NO
  • Early Bloomer        YES
  • Flower Size             8-15mm & 20/umbel

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Cuttings can be a quick and inexpensive way to expand your collection. I offer cuttings of at least 2 nodes and many more when my Mother Plants allow.

1. Fill a tiny pot (no larger than 3 inches) with a loose light mix or soil.
2. Trim the stem one approximately inch below the bottom node.
3. Tuck the freshly cut end into your soil.
4. Keep soil/mix wet until roots appear. When you tug on the cutting and it seems stable...roots are evident.
5. Reduce watering and continue to mist but only water when the soil is nearly dry.

Grow the rooted cutting in a tiny pot until its roots have filled it or is unmanageable due to being top heavy. Over-potting is the quickest way to cause your hoya to rot.
Have fun and remember that hoyas thrive on neglect.

PLANTS
Unpack the plant carefully...there might just be a peduncle on it!
Remove as much of the shredded packing from the mix as possible...some left behind will go away.
Be sure to unclip any vine that is facing downward.
If you don’t, the vine may die back to a node that is not forced down.
Water and mist the plant well since it has been a few days since it has seen any moisture
It’s best to let it in the clear pot for a week so it may become acclimated to it’s new surroundings.
After that you may repot but in the same size pot...DO NOT OVER POT!
Over-potting can cause...root rot...stunted growth... no blooms.
Most hoyas prefer to be root bound in order to thrive and reward you with the gorgeous blooms!

CUTTINGS
Fill a shallow tray or container with warm water and a few drops of Superthrive, Eleanor's VF-11 or MSU. (these aid in plant energy)
Gently float the cuttings in the water and soak for a few hours to overnight, depending on the dehydration level.
When the cuttings have had the chance to plump up and regain moisture, they are ready for the rooting process.
If you are not able to immediately pot the cuttings up for rooting, keep them in the tray and provide humidity thru misting or showering them twice a day.

While on a trip I once collected hoya cuttings and kept them in my hotel shower for the duration of the 10 day trip.
I then put them into my carry on bag and rooted them when I returned home.

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Hoya sigillatis
SRQ 3089

Hoya sigillatis

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