Hoya verticillata EPC-271 (former H. acuta) (4″ pot)


Very attractive succulent leaves with many silver flecks. Very fragrant flowers. Not very common.
I don’t know about you, but I actually like the verticillata complex which is considered “basic” or “common” to some people. The leaves are always really pretty, they are easy to grow, and have perfumed flowers. I love collecting them.

Ships in 4″ pot. Photo #2 ONLY, is an example on size plant for sale.
Our plants are grown outside in FL; imperfections/blemishes are TYPICAL for this one.

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This is a type of Hoya acuta that has thick light green leaves. I really like the leaves because of the pretty white venation and they are also covered with silver flecks.
I have not seen flowers yet, but they appear to be yellow or green with white and pink corona. Most likely very fragrant as well. Easy to grow and vigorous grower.

We grow our Hoyas outside in south FL in filtered light, they get watered when they start to dry out, and they are well protected in the winter.

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