Hoya sp. aff. burtonaie, also known as Hoya Bilobata, or Hoya DS-70, is an uncommon slow-growing trailing plant that is native to the Philippines. It features thick and waxy almond-shaped leaves, which makes the plant more drought-resistant. When grown in high-light, its leaves can grow to have reddish-brown edges. It is relatively easy to care for, making it a great beginner plant!
- Care: Easy
- Growth rate: Moderate
- Lighting requirements: Medium-High (Bright, Indirect Light)
- Temperature: 65-85F
- Humidity: Moderate-High (higher humidity will promote better growth)
- Water: When the top one to two inches of soil feels dry to the touch. Soil should be allowed to dry between waterings. This plant is drought tolerant so don't worry about underwatering it!
- Soil: Well-draining
- Propagation: Rhizome clippings
- Pet-Friendly: Yes!