The leaves of the Hoya undulata have wavy margins. With adequate sunshine, it can develop red hues on the tops of the leaves in addition to the red leaf on the bottom. The blooms are aromatic and have a salmon or peach hue. This variety’s blooms are bigger and have longer petals than those of other Hoyas. Frequently, people find the bloom of a plant to be more attractive than the plant’s actual leaves. To the touch, the leaves seem hard and harsh. For a beautiful red color it is possible to place this Hoya in brighter light and to stress the leaves in this way. The leaves will soon start to turn crimson.
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