Hoya polyneora

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Hoya polyneora

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Fishtail Hoya

A trailing tropical succulent, with oddly shaped foliage resembling fish tails. This is an unusual form of hoya, the stems grow out and later cascade down. Clusters of cream flowers with red markings bloom in the summer, most at the tips. The flowering nodes are persistent and will bloom every year once formed. This species is a shy bloomer, apparently needing cool nights to initiate bloom. The foliage is a lighter green with prominent veins. Feed well for the best results. Makes a great basket plant in a shady location. From the Himalayas and India, discovered in the late 1800's.

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