HOYA ALDRICHII IML 1418
CHRISTMAS ISLAND HOYA
Hoya aldrichii originates from Christmas Island an Australian territory in the north-eastern Indian Ocean and is from the Apocynaceae family.
Hoya aldrichii is a tall climber. Its stems are glabrous with pale bark. The leaves are 75–150 mm long and 35–60 mm wide with a 10–15 mm long. The flowers occur in umbels of 15–30, are white through pink to deep purple-pink in colour and are fragrant at night.
The vine has at times resembled closely to or even synonymous with Hoya cinnamomifolia, Hoya pottsii, and Hoya diversifolia
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