Hoya Polyneura For Sale (2023)

1. Hoya Polyneura, 2" Plant - The Plant Farm®

  • Hoya Polyneura, 2" Plant. by The Plant Farm®. Sold out. Original price $0. Original price $29.99 - Original price $29.99. Original price. Current price $29.99.

  • Hoya Polyneura Plant in a 2" pot. Hoya Polyneura is also known as fishtail hoya. Recommendations for growing success: Soil: Use a well draining soil Watering: Water thoroughly, allowing soil to dry out during growing season. Reduce watering during winter Lighting: Bright indirect sunlight Ceramic pot not included. Plea

2. Hoya polyneura - Gabriella Plants

  • Hoya polyneura. (5). Regular price $89.99 Sale price$49.99 Save 44%. /. Shipping calculated at checkout. highlight. Pet Safe. This plant is rated as Pet Safe ...

  • Hoya polyneura is commonly referred to as the Fish Tail Hoya and Mermaid's Tail Hoya because of the pattern of the dark green veins on light green foliage. Makes a great indoor plant as it is happiest when cultivated in temps between 50-80F, provide plenty of bright indirect light and maintain 50% humidity. It is a per

3. Hoya polyneura (Hoya fishtail) for Sale - HappyForestStore

  • Description. Sunlight Demand: Partial shade. Foliage: Green. Purchase Size: 4 to 6 leaves rooted plant. Reviews. There are no reviews yet.

  • Hoya polyneura for sale. Hoya fishtail for sale. Worldwide shipping and live arrival guarantee.

4. Hoya Polyneura - Lost in the Forrest

  • Email Opens in a new window. Hoya Polyneura. Regular price: $30 .00. Regular price: Sale price: $30 .00. 3", 4” HB. Add to cart. You May Also Like. Hoya Kerrii ...

  • Hoya plants are easy-going & pet friendly! They love bright light and prefer to be watered when their soil is about 75% dry. Keep your Hoya in a slightly chunky potting medium with good drainage.

5. Hoya Polyneura, Fish Tail Hoya - LV Plantas

  • Hoya Polyneura, Fish Tail Hoya. Hoya Polyneura, Fish Tail Hoya. (0). Regular price $30.00 USD. Regular price Sale price $30.00 USD. Unit price / per.

  • Please note that the plant you receive may vary in size, greater, equal or less than the one depicted in the picture.  Please note that all pots and accessories are sold separately. We highly recommend the purchase of our starter kit when ordering any of our plants. Our kits provide the complete care essentials for opt

6. Hoya Polyneura For Sale - New Price 2023 - Shop Now!

  • Hoya Polyneura for sale. The Hoya Polyneura is a captivating houseplant known for its unique foliage. Its leaves display intricate patterns of deep green ...

  • Discover the mesmerizing beauty of Hoya Polyneura, a must-have plant for enthusiasts. With its unique fishtail leaves, low-maintenance care, and serene symbolism, this Hoya Polyneura plant adds elegance and tranquility to any space. Buy now and create your own ethereal oasis!

7. HOYA POLYNEURA - Peace, Love & Happiness Club

  • This trailing habit hoya leaves are not as thick as the Kerrii but the shape and veining resembles that of a goldfish tail. Delicate but quite hardy. Light: ...

  • aka Fishtail hoya. This trailing habit hoya leaves are not as thick as the Kerrii but the shape and veining resembles that of a goldfish tail.  Delicate but quite hardy.   Light: Bright indirect Soil: organic well draining Water: Evenly moist but slightly dry between watering Fertilizer: slow release or liquid during spring/summer months Available as assorted in 4" nursery pot. Size may vary.

8. Hoya polyneura - My Home Nature

  • -Hoya polyneura is heavily scented with a sweet fragrance. Daily care of Hoya polyneura. Sunlight Demand: Full Sun to Partial shade. Flower Color: Pink. Foliage ...

  • Hoya polyneura The leaves of Hoya Polyneura are thin and light green with dark green veins. It is a slender and drooping epiphyte. After proper planting, time and patience, the plant will produce clusters of fragrant, star-shaped, cream-colored flowers.

9. Hoya polyneura | Earth&Jungle

  • Hoya polyneura (also known as Fishtail Hoya, Porcelain Flower and Wax Plant) is a plant in the family Apocynaceae. It is hardy in zones 10b-10b.

  • Hoya polyneura (also known as Porcelain Flower, Fish Tail Hoya and Fishtail Hoya) is a plant in the family Apocynaceae. It is hardy in zones 10b-10b. It requires a low amount of water. It is perennial. The sun requirement is part shade and part sun. The soil PH needed is 6.1-7.5.

10. Hoya Polyneura - GrowJungle.com

  • Fishtale Hoya is another name for the Hoya Polyneura. You can see why if you observe the plant's growth pattern. In fact, the leaves' pattern and the way ...

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11. Hoya polyneura - Crystal Star Nursery

  • Our plants are sourced from around the world, then cared for by our dedicated team to acclimatize them to Canada. We select plants based on plant health, not ...


Is Hoya Polyneura a fast grower? ›

Hoya polyneura is also called 'the fishtail Hoya' because of its unique leave venation pattern. It's an amazing, fast growing houseplant with splendid leaves and beautiful red-yellow flowers.

What is the best soil for Hoya Polyneura? ›

Fishtail Hoya does best in well-draining soil. A good soil will contain lots of organic matter such as coco coir as well as perlite or vermiculite to help with drainage. Adding a handful of perlite to regular store-bought potting soil should do the trick!

What is the common name for Hoya polyneura? ›

Hoya polyneura, commonly known as the fishtail hoya, is a species of flowering plant in the genus Hoya found from the Himalayas to northwest Yunnan. This species has a pendant, epiphytic growth habit, and its common name derives from the mermaid's tail shape and fine venation of the leaves.

What is the native range of Hoya polyneura? ›

The native range of this species is Central Himalaya to China (NW. Yunnan). It is an epiphytic subshrub and grows primarily in the subtropical biome.

Is Hoya Polyneura rare? ›

Hoya Polyneura, also known as the fish-tail Hoya a rare beauty!

What is the most rare hoya plant? ›

An extremely popular rare hoya variety is the Hoya carnosa 'Compacta. ' This plant is often called the “Hindu Rope Hoya” due to its unique rope-like appearance. While many hoyas have trailing vines, the Hoya carnosa 'Compacta' foliage twists and turns, creating rope-like vines.

How do you encourage hoya growth? ›

Keep your hoya indoor plant where it can get 2-6 hours of bright indirect light. You can also use shades to protect your wax plant from direct sunlight, especially around midday. But look: Some hoya varieties can thrive under 12-16 hours of grow lights (indoor plant lighting), but a few need more bright light.

Do hoya plants like loose or compact soil? ›

Caring for Hoyas

For soil, they prefer a loose airy mix or an orchid type of growing medium consisting of bark, perlite, or another aggregate, with a small amount of organic matter.

Is it better to propagate hoya in water or soil? ›

Hoya easily roots in either a glass of water or in a prepared pot of potting mix. Soil that stays overly moist may cause the cutting to rot and die. Houseplant cutting will grow quite easily when planted in a pot of perlite.

What is the most popular Hoya plant? ›

Hoya Kerrii

The super cute Hoya Kerrii is by far the most popular and wanted Hoya variety of our PLNTScommunity, and we totally get why. Look at how cute she is! Anyone who loves plants simply needs to have this heart shaped Hoya in their collection.

What are the most expensive Hoya varieties? ›

Hoya Carnosa Compacta Or Hindu Rope Plant

Also, this is one of the most expensive hoyas owing to its uniqueness and exoticness. The curly, waxy leaves stand out among other plants having flat, broad leaves. Its lush foliage, with remarkable vines, curls, and spreads, render a showy appeal.

How do you care for a Hoya polyneura? ›

Remember, fully water them, not just sips - these definitely like a bit more water than the "average" Hoya. Never let them sit in water and never water them if the potting mix is still damp, as that will lead to root rot. You may see some Hoya care guides telling you to let the leaves wrinkle before you water again.

What is the most fragrant Hoya species? ›

One of the most richly fragrant Hoyas, Hoya nummularioides is an epiphytic perennial vine. It flowers once or twice a year under local conditions, namely after a short dry rest, often with the entire vine covered with tiny clusters of flowers.

What Hoya plant has the largest blooms? ›

Hoya lauterbachii — This Hoya grows the largest blooms of the genus and it grows soft, pubescent leaves.

What is the easiest Hoya to bloom? ›

One of my favorite Hoyas, as well as one of the easiest to care for, is Hoya obovata. The leaves are very succulent, so they can withstand periods of complete dryness with ease. One benefit of this Hoya is that it will often bloom as a fairly young plant and it has a fairly rapid growth rate (for a Hoya!).

Is Hoya Pubicalyx a fast grower? ›

One of the easiest houseplants to care for is the Hoya pubicalyx, like most other Hoyas. Each species has different growth rates, but the porcelain flower grows fast. It has thick glossy leaves and makes for an exceptional ornamental plant in your home.

Is Hoya polyneura good with regular house humidity? ›

Hoya Polyneura care summary:

Maintain temperatures around 71°F and humidity levels between 45-60% (higher during winter) for optimal growth and flowering. Use well-draining soil mixes. Fertilize regularly with a diluted solution of Dyna-Gro Foliage-Pro or a weak orchid fertilizer.

How do you care for a Hoya polyneura plant? ›

Hoya polyneura will do best in about 50% humidity and will also enjoy higher humidity. You may choose to put this plant in a glass grow cabinet to boost humidity levels—or add a humidifier. Misting plants does not really do much to boost humidity.


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