Hoya Macgillivrayi Red Flower
Hoya macgillivrayi is a fast-growing root climber and twiner with thick, oval, pointed leaves which are light green and set opposite each other on the twining stems. The flowers are up to 6 cm wide on long stalks and are borne in umbels of six to ten flowers radiating from a central axis. A rich burgundy in colour, they are made up of five sepals and five waxy petals. The stamens are enclosed by a fleshy appendage called a corona.
For Growing Hoya macgillivrayi Use lukewarm water. Use a slow-release fertilizer, preferably. Do not allow the plant to stand in stagnant soil. Do not overwater the plant.
Hoyas are not fussy about light either. They’ll do best in a bright location, but will be just fine in low light conditions, too.