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Hoya, 'Verigated Kentiana’

Hoya 'Verigated Kentiana' is one of those house plant types that stands out from the rest of its hoya family members with narrow, thick verigated leaves, which start with pink margins with a creamy white center and turn green when the leaves mature. You can encourage the pink color by letting it dry out between watering and monitored prolonged sun exposure.  This Hoya eventually produces flowers that appear like small red, fuchsia, or purple balls held in a cluster. Though this particular species is not a heavy bloomer, the interesting leaves make up for that.

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Hoya 'Verigated Kentiana' is one of those house plant types that stands out from the rest of its hoya family members with narrow, thick verigated leaves, which start with pink margins with a creamy white center and turn green when the leaves mature. You can encourage the pink color by letting it dry out between watering and monitored prolonged sun exposure.  This Hoya eventually produces flowers that appear like small red, fuchsia, or purple balls held in a cluster. Though this particular species is not a heavy bloomer, the interesting leaves make up for that.

*Pot not included

PLANT CARE
  • Light Requirements: Bright light; indirect sun.
  • Water: Drought tolerant. Use a well-draining soil; select a planter with drainage.
  •  Soil: America’s Gardens houseplant soil.
  •  Temperature: 65-80 degrees.
  •  Flowering: Fragrant star like red clusters.
  •  Re-Potting: Only needs when significantly root bound.
  •  Disease & Pest: Will tolerate mild infestations without excessive damage; not prone to disease except root rot if over watered.
  •  Toxicity: Non-toxic to people and animals.

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