Aglaonema 'Silver Moon'
The Hoya krohniana 'Eskimo' is a tropical houseplant that is originally from the Philippines. It is a member of the Hoya family, which contains over 200 species, all originating from Asia and Australia. In the wild, the Hoya krohniana 'Eskimo' grows in forests, high up in trees where it receives indirect sunlight and can thrive well.
The Hoya krohniana 'Eskimo' is recognisable by its unique heart-shaped leaves, which are dark green in colour and have a smooth, glossy texture. The plant produces bell-shaped flowers that are white in colour and give off a pleasant scent. The flowers grow in clusters and have a distinctive pattern of red stripes. The plant forms long, trailing stems, making it excellent for hanging or allowing it to climb a structure.
In terms of care, the Hoya krohniana 'Eskimo' needs light that is bright but indirect, as direct sunlight can burn the leaves. The plant likes a humid environment, so regular spraying is recommended. The soil should be on the dry side before watering again. As for the temperature, this Hoya species thrives best in temperatures between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius. It can withstand a little cold, but a prolonged period of cold is damaging to the plant.