***This post is a part of my April A to Z series where this year I will be highlighting different plants each day. Check out this page to see all of my posts combined on one easy sheet. ***
Hoya carnosa f. compacta ‘Krinkle Kurl’
Origin- Southern India
Water – once per week or when soil is almost dry
Soil- succulent soil
This succulent is not reccommended for vivariums as it prefers much dryer soil than a terrarium can provide, however if you have a desert tank, this plant may thrive. As a houseplant it is considered an easy to keep and care for plant. This plant will bloom in spring and summer with many small star shaped flowers that are deep pink in color. A mature rope vine can reach 1.5-2″ wide and up to 20 feet long, however this would take a very long time to achieve that length.
$9.99 at Josh’s Frogs
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Lighting –Bright light
Water – 2-4 waterings per week. Let dry between waterings
Soil- stick mounted plant
Temperature-between 40-95 degrees F.
This orchid is very pretty with pink, yellow and red in the center of the bloom. The flowers can take as long as 6 months from the emergence of the spike to the opening of the first flower. These flowers can be up to 2″ in size. In China & Vietnam these orchids can be found on the mossy branches of old trees.
$20.00 at Andy’s Orchids
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