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This tropical succulent wax flower has small leaves and produces small pink orange flowers year round when mature. This is an easy to grow plant for beginners. This is NOT ds-70, nor sp. burtoniae. We believe this is the true H. bilobata.
Very rarely offered.

Ships in 4″ net pot. Not growing many roots, but actively growing new leaves.
Photo #2 ONLY, is an example on size plant for sale.

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Hoya bilobata has one of the smallest flowers in the hoya family. Flowers are red/pink with pink/yellow center. This hoya blooms year round for me with many flowers and clusters. Keep in mind that we grow them outside in south Florida.
The leaves are also small, round, light green, and non-pubescent. It makes a very full nice hanging basket plant. Originally from the Philippines. This Hoya is very similar to H. sp. DS-70, but leaves have no hairs and flowers are smaller. Hoya DS-70 also has darker leaves. We have also read that this hoya twines more then DS-70. DS-70 is more of just a hanging plant. Very cute and easy to grow!

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 8 × 18 in