Last updated:
11 jul 2019

Hoya anulata Schlechter




This hoya comes from Australia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea and it was described in 1905.


It's a climbing hoya with thick leaves about 5-8 cm long, 3-4 cm wide and has no visible veins. The leaves get red edges and some turn completely red when grown in full sun. New leaves are very shiny and in full sun completely red. This is a fast growing hoya with lovely thick foliage. It needs help around its support since it doesn't twine very well on its own.


It takes a while before the flowers show up, but the coconut fragrance and the white flat flowers with pink coronas are worth waiting for. Each flower is about 1.5 cm and there are 10-15 flowers in each umbel. The flowers produce big drops of nectar (which surprisingly don't fall off!) and last about 8 days.

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