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      • Hoya callistophylla is a flowering tropical plant native to Southeast Asia and parts of Australia and New Zealand. In its natural habitat, it usually grows on trees, but it also makes a very showy potted indoor plant. This guide reveals all the care and grow tips you need to introduce it to your home! What is Hoya callistophylla?
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  2. Hoya Callistophylla | A Comprehensive Grow and Care Guide

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    Hoya callistophylla is a flowering tropical plant native to Southeast Asia and parts of Australia and New Zealand. In its natural habitat, it usually grows on trees, but it also makes a very showy potted indoor plant.

  3. Hoya callistophylla | Vermont Hoyas

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    Hoya callistophylla. A great, beautiful, tough Hoya with very hard leaves that everyone should have. I have yet to bloom this one but it is worth growing just for the beautiful leaves. It only seems to grow well for me in the greenhouse. It ...

  4. Hoya Callistophylla: The Stiff Leafed Hoya - Gardening Brain

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    4/4/2020 · Hoya callistophylla is a terrestrial or epiphytic perennial vine, 6 to 12 feet in length. The evergreen succulent leaves are light green in color with prominent dark green veins. The flowers are small in size, light yellow with brown borders. ...

    • Classification
    • About The Genus Hoya
    • Common Names and Synonyms
    • Origin and Distribution
    • Hoya callistophylla Features
    • Hoya callistophylla Care
    • Cultivation and Propagation
    • Timeline
    • Final Thoughts
    Family:Apocynaceae
    Subfamily:Asclepiadoideae
    Genus:Hoya

    Named after Thomas Hoy, a successful botanist and a dear friend of Robert Brown, this genus consists of about 200 to 300 different plant species. All of these plants are tropical and also called wax plants or waxflower. Their so-called alternative names refer to their leaves’ texture and the fact that they grow tough but beautiful Hoya Callistophylla flowers. These flowers resemble a star with five corners, and each species has different flowers in terms of their color, size, and number. Some of the most popular plants of this genus are Hoya Kentiana, Hoya Carnosa, and Hoya Australis.

    Stiff-leaved Hoya
    Wax plant Callistophylla

    Hoya plants are native to Asian countries, including Thailand, Vietnam, India, China, Indonesia, and several others. Many species are also saturated in the Philippines and Australia. However, Hoya Callistophylla originated from Sabah, Malaysia.

    Foliage and Stem

    These plants grow beautiful bright green leaves with dark green venation on their surfaces. These leaves grow outwards and can grow up to several inches in size. The petals are generally as long as 1 to 3 centimeters, and the leaves on them are thick, growing up to a size of 25 x 9 centimeters. The stems have a branching growth habit.

    Evergreen

    These plants are indeed evergreen and are not affected by the passing seasons. This feature is favorable for those who wish to buy or grow the plant for displaying purposes.

    Height

    A Callistophylla plant can grow up to 3 to 5 meters in length under the right care and environment. These are vining plants to either let them grow upwards on support or grow down hanging from a basket.

    Hoya Callistophylla care doesn’t involve a lot of extra time, money, or effort. In fact, it is as simple as watering twice a week, fertilizing monthly, and keeping it nice and warm. Make sure the humidity levels are moderate around it and use the soak-and-dry method to keep it hydrated.

    You can propagate a Hoya Callistophylla by cutting off pieces from its stem. You just need to ensure that the plant you use is fully mature and healthy. If you have the choice, preferably do this during the spring or summer seasons and avoid it during the winter months. 1. Start by sanitizing and sterilizing all of your equipment before you touch the plant. This step is essential to avoid any infections. 2. Choose non-flowering stem cuttings from the Hoya and cut off pieces from it. 3. Take cuttings such that each one has at least two nodes at its end. 4. Next, fill up a plant pot with appropriate soil mix and cover it with plastic. The plastic serves the purpose of maximizing the levels of humidity around the plant. If not this method, you could use a propagator for this purpose. 5. Plant the cuttings in the desired medium and let them be. 6. At this point, you can also keep the cut ends of the cuttings in growth hormones. Doing this helps the growth process speed up and maximizes...

    Day 1-14:During this early phase of growth, make sure the plant is safe from external pressure and damage. Give it proper irrigation and drainage. Week 3-6:Shoots will start to become visible and develop nicely. Pay close attention to the care and environment of the plant during this stage. Month 2-3:During this period, the plant will need frequent but careful amounts of water and fertilizer. If given just that, your Hoya Callistophylla will grow up healthily.

    Whether you want to display it in a pot or hang it in a basket, a Hoya Callistophylla looks beautiful either way. Plus, it doesn’t complain in any of these places either. You can care for it easily, and it’ll stay beautiful all year long. For someone who has a hard time managing and keeping plants alive but still wants a pretty specie to add to their indoor setting, this plant would be an excellent choice.

  5. I share my Hoya Callistophylla short leaf bloom and how I’ve cared for it so far. It’s a beautiful dark veined Hoya.Instagram: @littleleafsf https://www.inst...

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  6. A Visit with Hoya callistophylla - YouTube

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  7. Hoya Callistophylla can produce leaves up to 25cm in length!

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    Hoya Callistophylla is an epiphytic tropical climbing species native to Borneo. At full size this plant can grow to a length of 5 metres, a perfect plant for anyone who wants their plants to take over their home. The lanceolate, thick leaves can ...

  8. Hoya Callistophylla – PlantTheStudio

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    Details: - Rooted Plant. - The actual plant you will get might be slightly different than the one shown in pictures, but same size/amount of leafs. - Please allow 3-5 businesses days for order processing. - By purchasing this plant, you agree to ...

  9. Hoya callistophylla — Ortofiorito

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    Hoya callistophylla. Se siete alla ricerca di una pianta a portamento ricadente dai bellissimi fiori e dal fogliame particolare ed originale, questa è la pianta per voi! Grandi foglie carnose, verde chiaro e scuro lungo le venature e ciuffi di ...