Hoya archboldiana - fragrant XL flowers
Hoya archboldiana - botanical species discovered in 1933 by the explorer Richard Archbold, after whom it received the species name.
The plant has large, shiny leaves, up to 20 cm long and up to 7 cm wide, which acquire interesting colors when grown in strong light.
Flowering happens relatively easily, when the plant has a stable microclimate. The flowers are large, dome-shaped, strongly scented, and the color varies slightly depending on the light in which the plant is grown.
Hoya archboldiana is not a demanding plant - it easily adapts to any microclimate.
Flower diameter approx. 5 cm.
Fragrant flowers: YES
The decorative bowl is not included in the price.