Hoya Obovata – 6″ Pot


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Obovata Hoya is a genus of flowering plants in the family Lamiaceae, first described as a genus in 1811. The total number of species is about 90, found in Southeast Asia and the Pacific.

  • Gorgeous, Vibrant Colors
  • The foliage is covered in minute, greenish to yellowish, hexagonal-shaped dots. Many species have a purple flower...
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  • Hoya plants are small trees and plants, the species of which can be agaves, shrubs, or plants with large creeping woody vines. All of their leaves are peltate and lack ligules. The flowers range from bell-shaped to funnel-shaped to tubular.
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  • Helps retain skins moisture with a light.
  • Contains skincare ingredients such as green tea, watermelon extract and cherry extract.
  • Contains sugars to help restore the balance of your skin
  • Hoya plant is a tropical plant native to the Americas, Central America and West Indies
  • It is easily recognizable by its round leaves.
  • The flowers are large and brightly colored, with waxy white petals.
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The obovata haoya, or the largefruited hoya, is a popular tree in the genus Hoya. The obovata haoya is one of the most widely grown and popular hoyas, due to its attractive fruit and long lifespan. The obovata haoya is a slowgrowing tree that can reach up to 50 feet tall. The tree has a green canopy with orangeyellow flowers that bloom from May to July. The obovata haoya is a hardy tree that can withstand cold winters and hot summers.

The Obovata Hoya, or the Blue Mountain Hoya, is a species of tree endemic to the Philippines. It is the worlds smallest and rarest known hoya tree. The Obovata Hoya grows up to 2 m tall and has bluegreen leaves that are 18 cm wide and 10 cm long.
Obovata Hoya is a genus of vascular plants in the family Polygonaceae. The genus is endemic to the Philippines, where it occurs on the islands of Mindanao and Luzon. Obovata Hoya is a fastgrowing, evergreen tree or shrub with elliptic leaves and white flowers. It is used as a shade or ornamental tree in gardens.
The Obovata Hoya, also known as the Blue Mountain Hoya, is a species of tree in the family Dipterocarpaceae. It is endemic to the Philippines, and is threatened by habitat loss. The Obovata Hoya is a small tree, reaching a height of only 1015 feet. It is distinguished from other dipterocarp trees by its blue coloration and delicate leaves. The Obovata Hoya is found on the slopes of mountains in the central Philippines, where it grows in humid forests. The tree is threatened by deforestation and logging, as well as the increasing presence of human populations.
Obovata Hoya is a cultivar of the hoya genus that is grown for its beautiful, deepred flowers. It is a popular flower in Japan and is often used in ornamental plants and flower bouquets. Obovata Hoya flowers are also a favorite of beekeepers as they produce large amounts of nectar.
Obovata Hoya is a popular houseplant because of its many benefits. It has thin, smooth leaves that are dark green on the bottom and lighter green on top. Obovata Hoya grows quickly and can reach up to 10 feet tall if left unchecked. The leaves are a favorite snack of some pests, but they are also low in toxicity and can be eaten as a vegetable.