This plant has a strong fragrance
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Common Wax Flower Overview
Hoya australis is an evergreen climbing vine species from the Apocynaceae family. It originates from Australia, extending to Borneo and New Guinea, but is commonly grown as a houseplant around the world in many other locations. Also commonly known by the names Waxvine, Common Waxflower, Porcelain Flower, Common Wax Flower. It forms slim stems with fleshy, succulent leaves. Grown for the foliage and flowers, Hoya australis enjoys bright light and dry, well-draining soil. It is an easy to care for, classic houseplant. Flowers appear in clusters, they are sweetly scented, star-shaped and coloured pink-white, appearing from spring-summer.
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How to propagate Common Wax Flower
Semi-ripe cuttings in summer.
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Other uses of Common Wax Flower
Grown for their foliage and flowers.