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Porcelain flower
                                     

★ Porcelain flower

Hoya bilobata, commonly known as the mountain wax plant or porcelain flower, is a smaller species of Hoya native to the Philippines. Hoya bilobata is just one of more than 200 species of Hoya.

                                     

1. Description. (Описание)

Hoya bilobata is an evergreen perennial which is usually at the end, but might have a climbing habit, which grows to 24 inches or more. H. bilobata can be seen as an epiphyte or lithophyte.

The leaves of H. bilobata is a variable, sub-circular or broadly elliptical in shape, with base of leaves with rounded, subacute and tops of leaves blunt-rounded. On the adaxial surface of leaves dull, olive-green, with abaxial surface light green. Leaves usually 1.7–2.2 cm in length and 1.3 to 1.8 cm in width. Previous open minutiflora Hoya, H. bilobata has the lowest recorded flowers of Hoya. Flower clusters or umbels, H. bilobata has light pink petals that get divorced, the tips curving upward to expose their yellow / pink Central crown. H. bilobata flowers have a mild, sweet flavor. Each umbrella can be up to 25 flowers. The umbrellas are made of peduncle 1-3 cm long, with flower petals being only 6-7 mm in diameter.

                                     

2. Taxonomy. (Таксономия)

Hoya bilobata was collected on the Philippine island of Mindanao, and sent to Dr. Rudolf Schlechter, German economic botany, who first described it in 1906. H. bilobata is one of the many small leafy and flowering Hoyas belonging to the section Schlechters Acanthostemma. Types Acanthostemma are characterized as having flowers with hairy corollas, outer corollas with the lobes ending in two inward turning of the lateral extension and the lobe of the petals, which completely turned away.

The study Wanntorp et al. 2006 found Hoya bilobata to be most closely related to Hoya heuschkeliana, recognized as species GO, through the sequencing of nuclear and chloroplast DNA.

                                     

3. Growing. (Растет)

Hoya plants are often mistakenly considered as Hoya bilobata Hoya tsangii or in garden centers and large stores are actually Hoya SP. DS-70. This is because the foliage of the three species so closely resemble each other, it is almost impossible to distinguish them without seeing the flowering plants. The difference between H. and H. bilobata SP. DS-70 is that the leaves bilobata, not pubescent, the flowers smaller. This allows you to find the actual H. bilobata are harder to find than H. SP ds70.

Hoya bilobata prefers a temperature of 60-95 °C. In the open air, it can be grown in a bright shaded area and in the room her best in bright indirect light. Like most hoyas, Hoya bilobata should be potted in a light, airy potting medium. A nice blend of equal parts sphagnum moss, perlite and Orchid bark that will allow adequate drainage to prevent root rot. Species of Hoya, as a rule, grow best in small pots, allowing their roots in pot-bound. It can also stimulate flowering.

The spread can be easily done by division or stem cuttings. Cuttings should have at least one node from which roots can grow. Cuttings can be rooted directly in soil, although this is not a rule, to be successful, or they can be rooted in water or wet sphagnum moss and then transferred after the roots were established for the soil.



                                     
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