Hoya subquintuplinervis (pink center) (former H. pachyclada) (2.5″ pot)


Used to go by Hoya pachyclada. This variety has a pale pink color on the corona. Absolutely gorgeous with pleasant fragrance at night. The leaves are more round and get very thick.

Ships in 2.5″ pot. Photo #2 and #3 ONLY, are an example on size for sale. May have a couple of blemishes.
Our plants are grown outside in FL; imperfections/blemishes are possible.

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Hoya pachyclada has very succulent leaves. This attractive clone has light green leaves with pretty white venation.
This is an unique and uncommon pachyclada clone that produces flowers with some pink near the corona. The flowers also have a pleasant fragrance at night. 
A hoya with very appealing leaves and flowers! This clone is very rarely offered for sale.
We grow our hoyas outside in south FL in filtered light. We only water them when dry and we protect well during the cold months. Good air circulation is important for hoyas.
****All photos were taken of our mature mother plants in bloom, not of the young plants for sale. Last flower photo is a comparison between the “pink center” and the original all white pachyclada.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 9 × 19 in
Gardino Nursery