Hoya Rigida - 4'' growers pot

Hoya Rigida - 4'' growers pot

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Size and Shape: Hoya rigida features relatively large, thick, and rigid leaves that are elliptical to ovate in shape. The leaves can reach up to 8 inches in length.
Texture: The leaves are leathery and glossy, giving them a robust and slightly succulent appearance.
Color: They are dark green with a prominent venation pattern that adds to their visual appeal.

Structure: The flowers of Hoya rigida are small and star-shaped, typical of the Hoya genus. They grow in clusters, known as umbels.

Color: The flowers are usually creamy white to light yellow with a darker center.

Fragrance: Hoya rigida flowers emit a sweet, pleasant fragrance, especially noticeable during the evening.

Blooming: This Hoya species tends to bloom multiple times a year when provided with the right conditions, producing an abundance of flowers that can last for several weeks.
Growth Habit

Vining Nature: Hoya rigida is a climbing or trailing plant. It can be trained to climb supports like trellises, moss poles, or allowed to trail from hanging baskets.
Growth Rate: It has a moderate growth rate, requiring regular pruning and training to maintain its shape and encourage bushier growth.
Care Requirements

Prefers bright, indirect light but can tolerate some direct sunlight. Too much direct sunlight, however, can scorch the leaves.

Water thoroughly but allow the soil to dry out between waterings. It is drought-tolerant to some extent due to its thick leaves but can suffer from root rot if overwatered.

Thrives in higher humidity but can adapt to average indoor humidity levels. Regular misting or using a humidity tray can help in drier environments.
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