Carnosa hoyas are popular for a reason theyre some of the most delicious and succulent fruit around.The Carnosa hoya is a tropical fruit that is native to Central America and South America. Its also grown in southern China. The Carnosa hoya grows on a vine that has thorns on it, so its not for the faint of heart.The Carnosa hoya is a brightly colored fruit with a tough skin. Its usually about the size of an apple, but can be larger or smaller depending on the variety. The skin is green and smooth, but has little bumps all over it. The inside is orange with a soft texture.The Carnosa hoya is usually eaten fresh, but can also be used in recipes such as jellies, juices, chutneys, ice cream, and pastries. Its also great in mixed fruit salads or as part of a dessert buffet.
Hoya Carnosa – 4″ Pot
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Carnosa Hoya is a type of wood found in Central America and South America. Its name comes from the Spanish word carne, meaning meat, because early explorers believed that the wood was used to make meat carcasses. Carnosa Hoya has a reddish brown color and a very smooth texture, making it a popular choice for furniture and other decorative items.
- Color: Reddish brown
- Pronounced Heartwood
- Very Straight Grain, often exceeding 90 degrees
- Medium Texture, no knots or other surface irregularities
- Notable characteristics: Resonant, tender and smooth
- Imparts a woody taste on foods
- In addition to indoor furniture use because it insulates properties