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Hoya cv 'Mathilde'

Hoya cv 'Mathilde'

Precio habitual $20.00 CAD
Precio habitual $45.00 CAD Precio de oferta $20.00 CAD
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Hoya cv Mathilde is a cross between hoya carnosa and hoya serpens. Like many hoyas, they are epiphytic plants with waxy foliages and easy to grow.   

LIGHT | Bright to light shade
WATER | Requires consistently moist soil.
SOIL PH | Unknown
SOIL TYPE | 50% potting 50% non organic material (pumice, perlite, or orchid barks). Also, grow well in orchid moss or vermiculite.
HUMIDITY LEVEL | Medium (50% - 65%)

NOTE | Unknown

Growing Tips

Avoid replanting in an inorganic medium if the plant is already growing in soil to prevent root shock and potential death. However, you may use an inorganic medium to root the cutting and allow it to grow directly as a growing medium.

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.


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

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Customer Reviews

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Hidden Gem in Toronto!

I started collecting hoyas recently and came across the etsy page of this website (growsomethingshop), and bought a hoya mathilde from there. Because the actual physical shop is in Toronto, I decided to pick up my plant instead of delivered as it was only 30mins away from me. I figured to browse some more from the etsy shop and oh boy does it have hoyas that’s not usually available in most garden centres, and at an affordable price! When I arrived to pick up my plant, Diana’s front porch was filled with rare tropical plants, I even saw a variegated haworthia and a giant hoya kerri. I also spotted an obovata and mathilde splash... I ended up buying two other hoyas (hoya erythrostemma and Incrassata, the incrassata being native to the Philippines!). Overall experience was amazing, my plants were well-rooted, and Diana was very pleasant to talk to that we ended up talking for about 30 minutes before I left with my plants happy and very satisfied. She mentioned her greenhouses won’t be open till April which I will definitely visit and see what rare plant/s I can find to add to my collection!