it as macgillivrayi)
This is a spectacular
species of hoya. The flowers are a rich burgandy color and are unusually
largeeach on is up to 2 across. The leaves are very thick
and fleshy. Weve grown ours alongside other hoyas for years and
theyve grown and bloomed beautifully! This one is SPECIAL!
Please note: This is most likely Hoya onychoides [which was apparantly
mistakenly circulated as Hoya macgillivrayi for years]. We purchased it
as macgillivrayi and this flower photo is of our parent plant from which
we make the cuttings.