Hoya australis ‘Lisa’ - 4"
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- Care instructions are included in every box.
- Add a heat packs if shipping to a cold climates Nov-Mar.
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Look at the stunning bright variegation on these Hoya australis ‘Lisa’. This is a rare type of Hoya australis. Hoya australis ‘Lisa’ is a relatively fast growing variegated Hoya house plant that blooms clusters of cream colored flowers.
You will receive a well-rooted Hoya australis ‘Lisa‘ starter plant, with at least two leaf nodes. 4" pot size.
*Pink coloration shown for reference. New growth and stress tends to bring out the pink coloration in the leaves.
The plant for sale will be similar in size to the pictured plant.
Ships semi-bare root.
Blooms unique clusters of fragrant flowers.
Hoya make great indoor or houseplants, these semi-succulents are relatively easy to grow. Water when the soil is dry to the touch. Hoya like to be root bound. Mist them on hot dry days to simulate tropical conditions.
Spiller or vining plant (hangs over the edge or dangles) for indoor plants, pots, or containers. Living gift. Unique and hard-to-find. Native to Indonesia.
Plant ships semi-bare root.
|Plant Details and Tips for Proper Care. Research and observe your plant. Adjust these tips as your zone and plant requires.|
|GROWING SEASONS:||Fall, Spring and Summer|
|USDA Hardiness Zones:||8 - 11 (10 °F to 50 °F)|
|LIGHT:||Part Sun; Full Bright-Shade
*Transition your plant to sun slowly after transplanting. A few days of bright shade / filtered light and then gradually introduce small amounts of morning sun.
|WATER:||Water when soil is dry to the touch, but do not over water. May rot if too damp. Will require less water when dormant.|