Hoya wayettii kloppenb.

Terrestrial or epiphytic vine, with many dangling branches; stems and leaves often exude white sap when cut or bruised. Leaves oppositely arranged along the stem; lamina narrowly elliptic, rather folded upward along the midrib, rusty purple-green along the margins, 5⎼14 cm long, 1.5⎼2.7 cm wide; petiole 0.5⎼1.5 cm long. Flowers in pendulous flat umbel, with up to 20 flowers or more, dark red; the outer edges of the corolla with white bristly hairs; flower diameter up to 1.6 cm.

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Pelser, P.B., J.F. Barcelona, & D.L. Nickrent (eds.). 2011 onwards. Co’s Digital Flora of the Philippines.

Wayet hoya
Hoya Wayettii
  • Leaves with midrib not extended into tendril
  • Leaves opposite or decussate in arrangement
  • Vines with stems exuding white sap
  • Flowers in convex umbel, dark, leaves narrowly elliptic, rather folded upward along midrib rusty green along margins.
  • Angiosperms
  • Plants producing true flowers and fruits for sexual reproduction