Hoya Lacunosa Eskimo Care
Hoya Lacunosa Eskimo is a tropical plant from the (Apocynaceae) family
- Characteristics Colors
Hoya Lacunosa Eskimo has small white spots on darker green leaves exposure to light can turn green (make it lighter at higher intensities) but appears to have no effect on white/green partitions.
- How to care
- Place Hoya Lacunosa Eskimo plant in a place that has a light intensity of 60% - 70% with a temperature between 20-29 °C.
- The most suitable growing medium for Hoya Lacunosa Eskimo is a mixture of perlite, peat & hydrotone.
- For the intensity of watering Hoya Lacunosa Eskimo need 2 times in a week so that the growing medium is not too wet. Because Hoya Lacunosa Eskimo does not like excessive water intensity.
- The fertilization period for Hoya Lacunosa Eskimo can be done once a week with liquid organic fertilizer dissolved in water and then sprayed on the leaves.
- How to propagate
Hoya Lacunosa Eskimo can be propagated by cutting.
- The first step is to select the stem segment of the Hoya Lacunosa Eskimo plant which has wind roots and shoots. Then cut the internodes between the roots.
- Then put the plant horizontally on the growing medium with the buds in facing up position and do sufficient watering.
- Put it in a shady place.
- The new shoots will appear after approximately in 3 weeks.