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Hoya Globulifera

Hoya Globulifera

Regular price $30.00 USD
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Hoya Globulifera For Sale

INDOMARTZ is an Indonesian Product Online Store. Available for sale Hoya Globulifera, the plants we offer are native plants cultivated by our local farmers. Can ship to USA, CANADA, EUROPE, ASIA and AFRICA legalized with Phytosanitary Certificate. Buy online Hoya Globulifera in our shop with safe and secure payment.

Plant photos are for reference. We always choose the best plants for buyers. The size and shape of the plant to be sent is like the one in the photo, more or less the leaves depend on the stock available. Prior to the delivery process, the plants will receive special treatment in quarantine so that they are clean from pests, insects and shipping plants without using soil media but instead using alternative planting media, namely moss or tissue.

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Description and Characteristics

Description and Characteristics for Hoya Globulifera

Hoya globulifera is a beautiful climbing plant that belongs to the Apocynaceae family. It is native to the Philippines and is commonly referred to as a wax plant due to its thick, waxy leaves. The plant can grow up to 3 meters long and has dark green, glossy leaves that are round and fleshy, measuring up to 7cm in diameter. The plant produces fragrant flowers that are typically pink to red in color and are borne in clusters of 20-30 blooms.

Hoya globulifera is an epiphytic plant, which means it grows on other plants, but is not parasitic. It grows well in well-draining soil and needs to be watered regularly, but it is important not to overwater as this can lead to root rot. The plant also requires bright, indirect light and temperatures above 15°C to thrive.

One of the unique characteristics of Hoya globulifera is its fragrant flowers, which attract butterflies and bees to the plant. The plant also has air-purifying properties, making it a great addition to any indoor space. Hoya globulifera is relatively easy to care for, making it a popular choice for both beginners and experienced gardeners. It is an excellent choice for hanging baskets or training onto a trellis, where its trailing vines and beautiful flowers can be fully appreciated.

How to Care for Optimal Growing

Hoya Globulifera Plant Care

Here are some tips for caring for Hoya Globulifera to ensure optimal growing conditions:

  1. Light: Hoya globulifera prefers bright, indirect light. Place it near a window where it can receive plenty of natural light, but avoid direct sunlight as this can scorch the leaves.
  2. Watering: Water the plant regularly, but be careful not to overwater as this can lead to root rot. Allow the soil to dry out partially between watering sessions. It is best to water the plant from the bottom to prevent water from getting on the leaves.
  3. Soil: Use a well-draining soil mix for Hoya globulifera, as it prefers soil that does not hold onto water for too long. A good mix to use is equal parts of peat moss, perlite, and vermiculite.
  4. Humidity: This plant prefers high humidity levels, so it is best to place it in a room with a humidifier or mist the leaves regularly to provide the necessary moisture.
  5. Fertilizer: Feed Hoya globulifera with a balanced fertilizer once a month during the growing season (spring and summer). Do not fertilize during the winter when the plant is in a state of rest.
  6. Pruning: Prune the plant occasionally to keep it from becoming too leggy or to remove any damaged leaves. This will also help to promote healthy growth.
  7. Propagation: Hoya globulifera is easy to propagate through stem cuttings. Cut a stem with a few leaves and place it in a jar of water until roots form. Once roots have developed, transplant the cutting into a pot with well-draining soil mix.

By following these care tips, you can ensure that your Hoya globulifera plant will thrive and produce beautiful fragrant flowers.

Common Issues and Troubleshooting

Common Issues and Troubleshooting of Hoya Globulifera

Hoya Globulifera is a hardy plant, but it can still encounter some common issues. Here are some potential problems you may encounter with Hoya Globulifera and tips on how to troubleshoot them:

  1. Yellowing leaves: Yellow leaves can be a sign of overwatering or underwatering. Check the soil to see if it is too moist or dry, and adjust watering accordingly. Additionally, yellowing leaves may be a sign of nutrient deficiencies or pest infestations.
  2. Pests: Hoya Globulifera is susceptible to mealybugs, spider mites, and scale insects. Use a natural insecticidal soap or neem oil to treat these pests. Make sure to regularly inspect your plant for any signs of infestation.
  3. Wilting: Wilting can be a sign of underwatering or root rot. Check the soil to see if it is too dry or wet and adjust watering accordingly. If the roots are rotted, remove the plant from the soil, trim away the damaged roots, and repot it in fresh soil.
  4. Drooping: Drooping can be a sign of insufficient light or humidity. Move the plant to a brighter location or place it in a more humid area.
  5. No blooms: Hoya Globulifera requires bright, indirect light to bloom. Ensure the plant is receiving enough light, and avoid moving it around too much. Additionally, the plant may need to mature before it produces blooms, so be patient.

By addressing these common issues and troubleshooting them, you can keep your Hoya Globulifera plant healthy and thriving.

Treatment After Shipment

Here are some general steps you can follow after buying houseplants online from abroad :

  • Unpack your plants : Carefully remove your plants from their packaging and inspect them for any damage that may have occurred during shipping. Separate the moss/tissue at the roots. Cut and discard any damaged or rotting roots, Also check the leaves, cut and discard if any are yellow.
  • Plant acclimatization : Clean with clean water and give anti-bacterial or anti-fungal drugs. Give your plants some time to adjust to their new environment. They may be stressed from the shipping process and may need a few days to acclimate to their new surroundings.
  • Repot the plants : They may need to be repotted into larger containers. Choose a pot that is one size larger than the current pot and make sure it has drainage holes.
  • Water the plants : Check the soil moisture level and water your plants as needed. Be sure not to overwater, as this can lead to root rot.
  • Provide adequate lighting: Most houseplants require bright, indirect light. Place your plants in a location that provides the appropriate lighting for their specific needs.
  • Monitor the plants : Keep an eye on your plants and watch for any signs of stress or disease. Take action immediately if you notice any issues.
  • Follow care instructions : Make sure to follow the care instructions that came with your plants, as different species have different requirements for water, light, and humidity.

Overall, the key to success with houseplants is to provide them with the right environment and care. With a little attention and patience, your new plants should thrive in their new home!

Handling Time

It takes 1–2 weeks for the process of obtaining export permits and laboratory examinations for the issuance of Phytosanitary Certificates. Plants can be sent if a phytosanitary certificate has been issued.


Hoya Globulifera are sent from East Java, Indonesia. The shipping fee is (USA : 60 USD) & (Others Country : 70 USD) per order, with an estimated delivery time of 5–10 business days to the destination of the package. Shipping services using DHL EXPRESS or CARGO. We will send a tracking number and link via email so buyers can monitor the journey of their package.

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