Hoya Kerrii are known as 'Sweetheart', 'Hoya Heart', & 'Variegated Heart Hoya'. This plant is known their whimsical heart-shaped leaves they grow! This plant likes to vine outward, and thrives best on trellises!
-4in Pot: Single Hearts-*This is a single heart. Normally the single hearts do not produce additional heart leaves. They will continue living as a single heart plant.*
-4in Pot: Trailing Vines-* Trailing pots each have 2, or more leaves on their vine. Some leaves may not be perfect hearts*
-6in Trailing Vine Pots- This is for one larger trailing vine of Hoya Kerrii Variegated. This typically has 4-5+ hearts.
**Due to the popularity of this plant, roots may be shallow or smaller than normal, but will continue to grow**
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Holiday Shipping Schedule 2021:
For delivery by certain days, please order by:
Father's Day (6/20):Order by6/14
**We will mail these out with 2day & 3day shipping to arrive before before the holiday. After the packages leave our shipping facility, delays may happen, which we are not responsible for. Thank you for understanding!!*
-*Hoya Kerrii* is a delicate plant, so we pack these plants up extremely careful. Occasionally cosmetic bruising may occur in transit, which is completely normal. Sometimes upon arrival, there may be some white waxy residue on the leaves. This is completely normal, and can be rinsed off with water! (The white residue is from the inside if the leaves)
-All pots will ship bare roots.
-We carefully package all of our plants with the upmost care. First, we wrap the plants in protective tissue paper, and then with packing paper around the empty edges to ensure safe traveling!
-All of our orders are shipped usingUSPS or FedEx shipping. Once we package the order, you will receive an email confirmation with the tracking.
-‘Bare roots’ simply means there is none or very little soil on the roots of the succulent. This is to prevent rotting when shipping, and to prevent the succulent getting damaged in the shipping process.