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Hoya Bella

Hoya Bella

Precio habitual $10.00 CAD
Precio habitual $10.00 CAD Precio de oferta $10.00 CAD
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Hoya bella is an epiphyte plant and native to Asia, the Pacific Islands, and Australia. Leaves are semi-succulent and their flowers have a perfume scent, but are not overpowering. 

LIGHT | Bright to light shade
COLD TOLERANCE | 15 ºC
WATER | Water moderately and don't let soil dry out completely.
SOIL PH | Unknown
SOIL TYPE | 50% potting 50% non organic material (pumice, perlite, or orchid barks).
FERTILIZER | Fish emulsion, kelp solution, worm casting, shrimp compost.
PROPAGATION METHODS | Stem cuttings
HUMIDITY LEVEL | Medium
ACTIVE SEASON | Summer

NOTE | Poisonous if ingested.
Express shipping within four days is strongly advised for this plant.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR ROOTING CUTTINGS 
There are many ways to root the cuttings and here are a few methods: in water, in soil, or in vermiculite. You can root the cuttings in water first and than pot them up in soil when their roots emerge. When rooting in soil or vermiculite, insert the cuttings into the medium (1" - 2" deep). Keep medium moist. Roots should form within two weeks. 

 

Growing Tips

Rooting Tips

• Use calcined clay gravel, or horticultural sand to root cuttings.
• Root cuttings in bright shade.

Buying Tips

• Avoid shipping delays by not purchasing plants during the Christmas and Holiday season.

• To avoid cold damage and shipping delays, refrain from purchasing plants during the winter months.

• Save on winter shipping costs by buying plants during the summer.

• Get the best quality plants by buying during summer.

MARKED DOWN ITEMS

Sale items are slightly smaller in size than the one shown in the picture.

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Charles Sun
One of our favourite Hoyas

We purchased 3 cuttings. They arrived by post in good shape. We potted them hoping they will root and survive.