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Hoya Insularis

Hoya Insularis

Regular price $40.00 USD
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Hoya Insularis For Sale

INDOMARTZ is an Indonesian Product Online Store. Available for sale Hoya Insularis, 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 Insularis 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 Insularis

Hoya Insularis, commonly known as the Wax Vine or Porcelain Flower, is a species of tropical plant that belongs to the Apocynaceae family. This plant is native to Southeast Asia, specifically in the Philippines, where it can be found growing in lowland forests and on limestone cliffs.

Hoya Insularis is a climbing plant that can reach up to 5 feet in height, with fleshy, succulent leaves that are about 2-4 inches long and 1-2 inches wide. The leaves are dark green in color and have a shiny appearance, with prominent veins running across the surface. The plant's stem is slender and produces roots along its length, allowing it to climb and attach itself to trees or other supports.

This species produces small, star-shaped flowers that are about 1/2 inch in diameter, with a creamy white color and a waxy texture. The flowers bloom in clusters and are fragrant, emitting a sweet, honey-like scent that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The plant blooms mainly in the summer and fall months.

Hoya Insularis is relatively easy to care for and can thrive in a range of growing conditions. It prefers bright, indirect light and well-draining soil, and requires regular watering during the growing season. This plant is also suitable for growing in containers, where it can be trained to climb up trellises or stakes. Overall, Hoya Insularis is a beautiful and versatile plant that makes an excellent addition to any indoor or outdoor garden.

How to Care for Optimal Growing

Hoya Insularis Plant Care

To care for Hoya Insularis and promote optimal growing, here are some tips to follow:

  1. Light: Hoya Insularis prefers bright, indirect light. It can tolerate some direct sunlight, but too much can burn the leaves. Place the plant near a window that gets plenty of bright, filtered light.
  2. Watering: Allow the soil to dry out slightly between waterings, as overwatering can lead to root rot. When watering, thoroughly saturate the soil until water drains out of the bottom of the pot. In the winter months, reduce watering as the plant goes into a dormant period.
  3. Humidity: This plant thrives in high humidity environments. You can increase humidity by misting the leaves regularly, placing a humidifier near the plant, or placing a tray of water near the plant.
  4. Fertilizer: Hoya Insularis benefits from regular fertilization during the growing season, which is typically from spring to summer. Use a balanced liquid fertilizer every two weeks to promote healthy growth.
  5. Pruning: Prune the plant to encourage bushier growth and prevent it from becoming too leggy. Pinch back new growth tips and remove any dead or damaged leaves.
  6. Temperature: Hoya Insularis prefers warm temperatures between 60-80°F. It is not frost-tolerant, so keep it away from drafts or cold windows.

By following these care tips, you can help your Hoya Insularis thrive and grow to its full potential.

Common Issues and Troubleshooting

Common Issues and Troubleshooting of Hoya Insularis

Like any plant, Hoya Insularis can develop issues that may affect its growth and health. Here are some common issues and troubleshooting tips:

  1. Root rot: Overwatering or poorly-draining soil can cause root rot, which can lead to yellowing leaves or wilting. To fix this issue, remove the plant from the soil, trim away any rotting roots, and repot it in fresh, well-draining soil.
  2. Pests: Common pests that may affect Hoya Insularis include mealybugs, spider mites, and scale insects. To treat pest infestations, wipe the leaves with a damp cloth or spray them with a gentle insecticidal soap.
  3. Brown, crispy leaves: This can be caused by too much direct sunlight, dry air, or lack of water. Move the plant to a spot with more filtered light, increase humidity, and make sure to water the plant regularly.
  4. Drooping leaves: This can be a sign of underwatering, overwatering, or root rot. Adjust your watering habits accordingly, and check the soil moisture regularly.
  5. Lack of growth: If your Hoya Insularis isn't growing as much as you'd like, it may need more sunlight or fertilizer. Move the plant to a sunnier spot, and consider fertilizing it every two weeks during the growing season.

By troubleshooting these common issues, you can keep your Hoya Insularis healthy and thriving. Regularly inspecting the plant for signs of problems and addressing them promptly can help prevent more serious issues from developing.

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.

Delivery

Hoya Insularis 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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