Hoya Mindorensis Care Guide – Top Tips and Tricks (2021)

Hoya Mindorensis will bring the Eastern culture into your home. This Hoya is originally from the Philippines but makes an excellent houseplant that doesn’t require a lot of special care. It is also called the Wax flower because its clusters of star-shaped pink flowers look as if they were made …

80 Breath-Taking Hoya Varieties (Ultimate List + Care Guide)

There has been an increasing interest in the cultivation of hoya plant varieties and for a good reason. Their flowers are sublime:starry, with a crystal-like crown positioned on top the flower – they make everyone spellbound. Are you infatuated with hoya plants too? Do you want to start cultivating them or …

Begonia Brevirimosa – Comprehensive Care Guide with Plenty of Handy Tips

Begonia brevirimosa belongs to Begoniaceae, a family of perennial herbs, shrubs, and climbers from the tropics. It is a shrub-like species that originates from northern Papua New Guinea. This species is widely cultivated and prized for its unique and attractive foliage, large, leathery, glossy green and pink leaves, and the …

Begonia Boliviensis- In-depth Care Guide with Quiz

Begonia boliviensis or “Begonia Bonfire” is a tuberous perennial prized for its textured foliage and showy, vividly colored, and scented flowers. In the wild, it grows upon wet cliffs and other humid and shady places. It is native to the Andean Mountains of Peru, Argentina, and Bolivia. Care highlights: Through …

Begonia Amphioxus- Care Guide With Lots of Handy Tips

Ever since the discovery of the first begonias, myriad gardeners and plant lovers have continued to collect distinct and interesting species of the family Begoniaceae. One such species is Begonia amphioxus, extremely widespread in tropical and subtropical climates. It has been increasingly cultivated indoors ever since the introduction of central …

Hoya Imbricata- Learn How to Make This Wax Plant Extra Happy

Hoya imbricata is yet another plant that belongs to the Hoya genus (Apocynaceae). It is an epiphyte, which means that it anchors itself onto other plants or tree trunks. However, it doesn’t steal nutrients from its host. Rather, it collects the precious liquid and nourishing particles from other sources, such …

Hoya Obscura- Care Guide You’ve Been Looking For!

Hoya Obscura is distinguished from other species of the Hoya genus by its glossy, wax-like, veined leaves that can assume tinges of deep bronze-red under certain circumstances. Not all plants exhibit this tendency though. This plant is an epiphyte native to the Philippines, with compact bushy growth and a mild …