Hoya Manipurensis

24.95

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  • 7.5CM pot

Hoya manipurensis is a species whose affinities have been hotly debated; it has alternately been classified as Dischidia, Hoya, and even Micholitzia obcordata. Finally, the Genetic testing proved that it is a Hoya.  Despite the plant’s modest size and somewhat sluggish development pace, it is simple to bloom. The blooms endure for approximately three weeks, are tiny, and have an odd look. The intriguingly shaped leaves are velvety, hairy, and resemble certain ancient plants.