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Rare Hoya ‘Lacunosa’ (Waxvine) CUTTING

Rare Hoya ‘Lacunosa’ (Waxvine) CUTTING

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Botanical Name:

  • Hoya lacunosa

Common Name:

  • Waxvine 
  • Cinnamon Hoya


Bring a touch of the exotic to your home with our Rare Hoya ‘Lacunosa’ cutting, known for its charming clusters of fragrant, star-shaped flowers and lush, trailing vines. This cutting includes one segment with 3-4 nodes, giving you the perfect starting point to grow your very own Hoya ‘Lacunosa’ plant. Please note that this offering is a cutting, not a fully rooted plant, and will require propagation.

Propagation Instructions:

  1. Prepare Your Cutting:

    • Gently remove any leaves from the lower nodes of the cutting.
    • Allow the cutting to dry and callous over for a day or two before planting.
  2. Choose Your Medium:

    • Fill a small pot with a well-draining soil mix, such as a combination of orchid bark, perlite, and peat moss.
    • Alternatively, you can start the cutting in water by placing it in a clean jar filled with room-temperature water.
  3. Planting the Cutting:

    • If using soil, make a small hole in the center and insert the cutting, ensuring the nodes are buried but leaves remain above the soil.
    • If using water, place the cutting in the jar with the nodes submerged and leaves above the waterline.
  4. Provide Optimal Conditions:

    • Place the cutting in a warm, bright area with indirect sunlight.
    • Maintain high humidity around the cutting by using a humidity dome or plastic bag loosely covering the pot.
  5. Care and Patience:

    • Water the soil lightly, keeping it moist but not waterlogged.
    • If rooting in water, change the water every few days to prevent stagnation.
    • Be patient; root development can take several weeks to a few months.


  • Use rooting hormone on the cut ends to encourage faster root development.
  • Monitor the cutting for signs of growth, such as new leaves or root development.
  • Once roots are established, transition the cutting to a pot with a well-draining soil mix.

Add the enchanting Hoya ‘Lacunosa’ to your plant collection and enjoy the process of nurturing it from a cutting into a thriving, blooming plant. This rare and delightful Waxvine will bring beauty and fragrance to any indoor garden!

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