- Flower nameHoya multiflora
- Scientific nameHoya pubicalyx cv. chimera
- AliasHoya pubicalyx 'Chimera', Chimera, サクララン属, ホヤ属
- Place of originhorticultural varieties (original species is Philippines to Australia)
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, July, August
- Language of flowersFriendship
What is Hoya multiflora
Hoya Pubicalix 'Chimera' (scientific name: Hoya pubicalyx cv. Chimera) is a garden variety of the non-cold tolerant evergreen vine shrub "Hoya pubicalyx 'Chimera' native to the Philippine-Australia family. The roots of the stem are taken out and attached to nearby objects. The leaves are oblong, green and shiny, and are attached to each other. The leaf edge is all edges, but it undulates. A few 10 to 20 star-shaped florets are gathered in a diffuse inflorescence that extends from the tip of a flower stem.
A flower selected for "Featured fascinating flowers" .
Common name: Hoya pubicarix 'chimera', scientific name: Hoya pubicalyx cv. Chimera, origin: horticultural varieties (original species is Philippines to Australia), life Type: Evergreen vine shrub, tree height: 20-100 cm, leaf shape: oval, leaf length: 8 cm, inflorescence: antibiotic, leaf color: shiny green, leaf edge: wavy, amphoteric flower, radial symptom , Inflorescence: diffuse inflorescence, flower diameter: 1.2-1.5 cm, flowering period: April-August, petal: cylindrical jointed flower with 5 split ends, star shape, fruit type: bag fruit.