Hoya lanceolata subsp. bella
|A small leaved plant ideally suited to a hanging basket. Probably the most widely cultivated Hoya, yet it can be a bit temperamental if not given its favoured conditions.
It will happily grow and flower without getting any sunshine whatsoever.|
The flowers are quite large relative to its leaf size and are freely produced.
This plant is still often referred
to by its old name of H. bella.
Photograph by : John Ellis
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