Hoya carnosa 'Krimson Princess' - 4”
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I am in with my new plant baby. Very excited it is showing new growth already. This is Hoya was packaged very well, protected from any damage during shipping. Very pleased.
Very safely packed and shipped. Arrived in excellent shape, even more beautiful than the picture!!
And a little bonus succulent cutting. Thank you!
Very safely packed and shipped. Arrived in excellent shape, even more beautiful than the picture!!And a little bonus succulent cutting. Thank you!
Hoya 'Krimson Princess' plant with reverse variegation, growing in a 4" pot. Make great indoor or houseplants, these semi-succulents are relatively easy to grow. Hoya are much-loved because they are long-lived, some can reach 100 years old! They also bloom fragrant flowers profusely. They will bloom on the same peduncle over and over and over again. These factors make Hoya great houseplants and incredible living gifts.
Hoya like a little more water than my other succulents.
Each pot is full and happy like the plant pictured. Plant ships semi-bare root (pot is not included).
Spiller plant (hangs over the edge or dangles) for indoor plants, pots, or containers. Living gift. Unique and hard-to-find.
|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.|