The strangest Hoya in my collection. Hoya imbricata develops one leaf at a time instead of two and if grown next to a wall or another plant, the leaves will hug the wall like a sticky pancake. Mine are currently taco shaped because they haven’t had anything to grow up against until now. So I’m training it to grow up my Monstera deliciosa.
My name is Helle and I’m a Danish graphic designer.
I love to paint plants/nature and grow succulents and houseplants in my apartment. This is a blog about exactly that.
Follow me on a trial and error adventure!
- Croton seedlings, 2 months old
- The giant Hoya australis is flowering!
- Monilaria moniliformis, 3 years + 6 months (repotting session)
- Date palms, 11 months
- Cotyledon tomentosa flower!
- Astrophytum asterias “super kabuto”, 3 years + 6 months
- Hoya citrina in its new pot
- Peperomia “hope” update
- Finally some flower buds on my huge Hoya australis!
- Hoya imbricata