Hoya diversifolia unrooted cutting, one node with two leaves. Plenty of aerial roots already so the cutting will root quite easily. To be cut on the day of shipping, wrapped in sphagnum moss.



H. diversifolia wants bright, indirect light. It can tolerate some morning or evening light but avoid hot midday sun or the leaves will yellow and scorch.


Use a very well draining soil mix and re-pot at least every other year with a coarse, extremely well draining substrate (see hoya soil). Water thoroughly, allowing excess to drain. A waterlogged soil will lead to yellowing leaves, followed by root rot and death. Never allow the plant's roots to sit in standing water.


H. diversifolia is not hardy and foliage will burn and die if exposed to frost. It can handle continual temperatures down to 15°C (60°F) and growth will suffer in temperatures continually above 35°C .


Hoya diversifolia


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