Hoya neoebudica Guillaumin 1937


The wax flower vine Hoya neoebudica Guillaumin 1937 has been found by the French botanist André Guillaumin at the volcanic island of Ambrym, which belongs to the South Pacific insular state of Vanatu.

Nowadays some botanist considers, that Hoya neoebudica is a natural clone from Hoya pottsii und Hoya samoensis, which are native to Samoa, a insular state nearby. The single, non-fragrant flowers get a size of about 1,5 cm and are grouped in umbels of up to 10-15 flowers. Flowering period: Spring - Summer. The fast-growing Hoya neoebudica is considered as easy to care and can be recommended for Hoya beginners.

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Image: Hoya neoebudica Guillaumin 1937
Photographer: Kitisak “Nat” Jaidee

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Frederik July 4, 2010 at 21:11

Das sieht sehr gut aus! Interessant. Guter Schuss! Frederik

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