Have you ever seen anything so adorable? Hoya Retusa emulate a thick blade of grass, with adorably rounded edges, and I am obsessed! They are so fun to watch put out new leaves. They start out minuscule, and in what seems like hours they become these beautifully long, mature leaves. They also produce the cutest white and burgundy flowers.
These are rarely offered.
Care Needs: Bright, indirect light. These hoya like less light than most due to their delicate leaves. Water only when leaves become soft, perhaps once a month or so. Hoya shoot out tendrils - be gentle with these, as they are what new leaves grow on and are damaged easily.
*Shown in a 4" size. White pot not included.*