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Hoooyaa Hoyii's


 
 

 

Leftovers 'Kom in de Kas' Day
Unique opportunity to get some unique, rare and beautiful Hoya's


These jungle climbers are getting tangled up! Before they become uncontrollably intertwined in their love for each other, these unique climbing plants need a new home ASAP!
 

The pre-sale is over.
Leftovers can be found with picture on the following page:

https://www.planteninterieur.com/shop

 

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Hoya's, with their vibrant leaves and charming flowers, are a sight to behold. But what sets them apart from most houseplants is their unique lifestyle. These botanical adventurers are epiphytes, meaning they cling to tree branches high above the forest floor. Unlike parasitic plants, Hoya's don't harm their hosts. Instead, they use their aerial roots to absorb nutrients and moisture from the air. This incredible adaptation allows them to thrive in the humid embrace of rainforests, where sunlight filters through the canopy and water vapor hangs heavy in the air. Bringing a Hoya into your home doesn't mean recreating a rainforest. In fact, these adaptable plants can thrive in a glass jar. The enclosed environment mimics the humidity they love, and with a little sunlight, they'll be right at home. Here's the best part: Hoya's in a jar require minimal watering. The closed terrarium creates a self-sustaining ecosystem where moisture is recycled. Just add a splash of water every few months, and watch your Hoya flourish with little effort. So, if you're looking for a low-maintenance plant that adds a touch of elegance to your home, consider a Hoya in a jar. With its captivating beauty and easy-going nature, this epiphytic wonder is sure to bring joy to any plant lover.

I am an Epiphyte!

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