Lea Andersen

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Photo of Wax Hearts, Sweetheart Hoya, Valentine Hoya, Wax Plant, Porcelain Flower 'Varieg

Photo of Wax Hearts, Sweetheart Hoya, Valentine Hoya, Wax Plant, Porcelain Flower 'Varieg

Hotel Amour | Explore LostNCheeseland's photos on Flickr. Lo… | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hotel Amour | Explore LostNCheeseland's photos on Flickr. Lo… | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hoya kerrii -hartjesplant the bamboo would be great for pothos etc

Hoya kerrii -hartjesplant the bamboo would be great for pothos etc

Maranta leuconeura erythroneura. = Prayer plant.

Maranta leuconeura erythroneura. = Prayer plant.

Botanical Inspiration: Hoya Kerri — COCOON HOME

Botanical Inspiration: Hoya Kerri — COCOON HOME

Chinese Evergreen is a very adaptable plant, it tolerates low light and dry air better than most other house plants. One thing it doesn't like is cold air. Do not prune the crown; it will kill it. water regularly

Chinese Evergreen is a very adaptable plant, it tolerates low light and dry air better than most other house plants. One thing it doesn't like is cold air. Do not prune the crown; it will kill it. water regularly

Aluminum plants care | Because growing aluminum plants thrive in a tropical climate, they are generally cultivated as houseplants in North America, although there are a couple of USDA zones where the Pilea houseplants may be utilized in an outdoor landscape.

Aluminum plants care | Because growing aluminum plants thrive in a tropical climate, they are generally cultivated as houseplants in North America, although there are a couple of USDA zones where the Pilea houseplants may be utilized in an outdoor landscape.

A gorgeous slow-growing vine, Hoya, or wax plant, thrives in bright indirect light, but does almost as well in darker locations. Hoya comes in either flat-leaved or crinkled- leaved forms and will occasionally produce clusters of highly fragrant white flowers. Flat-leaved Hoya also comes in solid green or variegated cream-and-green leaves. You can train a Hoya up a trellis or totem or allow it to trail over the edge of a pot or urn. Water only when the soil feels dry to the touch.

A gorgeous slow-growing vine, Hoya, or wax plant, thrives in bright indirect light, but does almost as well in darker locations. Hoya comes in either flat-leaved or crinkled- leaved forms and will occasionally produce clusters of highly fragrant white flowers. Flat-leaved Hoya also comes in solid green or variegated cream-and-green leaves. You can train a Hoya up a trellis or totem or allow it to trail over the edge of a pot or urn. Water only when the soil feels dry to the touch.

Epipremnum (syn. Scindapsus) pinnatum “Marble Queen”

Epipremnum (syn. Scindapsus) pinnatum “Marble Queen”