Hoya undulata (clone 2)
Hoya undulata (clone 2)

Hoya undulata (clone 2)

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Introducing a distinct clone of the captivating Hoya undulata, first discovered in Borneo's Kalimantan region in 2015. This variant shares the same intriguing undulating leaf margins and exclusive flower characteristics as the original. However, it boasts wider leaves with a more subtle splash pattern. Remarkably, this clone is much easier to care for compared to its counterpart, making it an ideal choice for those who admire the Hoya undulata but prefer a more manageable plant.

This clone thrives under similar conditions – in the lowland heath forests at around 350 meters. Its lance-shaped leaves are robust, displaying colors that range from olive green to deep burgundy based on light exposure, and feature delicate shimmery pink variegation. The flowers maintain the signature large, star-shaped, porcelain white appearance with charming red speckles.

Care Note:
This Hoya undulata clone, while less demanding, still requires attentive care. Like its relative, it is a rare find and can be sensitive during shipping. Our specimens are well-rooted, ensuring a better start in their new home. Repotting is recommended only when roots are visible at the bottom of the container, as this plant is sensitive to change. This clone is an excellent choice for those seeking the exotic allure of Hoya undulata with a more forgiving nature, promising to be a prized element in any plant collection.

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Care Needs

Bright Light

No barrier between the plant and the light source. Ex: Directly under a grow light, in a sunny window with no curtains or trees.

High Humidity: Above 60%

Will benefit from high humidity care. Will likely require humidifiers, daily misting, grouping with other plants, and more.

Intermediate: Lowest 60F

This hoya does not require high heat, but does not tolerate cold as well as other varieties.

Does Sunstress

This plant has evolved to shift color when exposed to bright sunlight, much like a human getting a tan. This does not harm the plant with proper care.

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