Dischidiopsis Philippinensis

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Dischidiopsis Philippinensis is a unique plant. It’s closely related to Dischdia and Hoya. Dischidiopsis Philippinensis has bright green elongated or boat shaped leaves. This plant is a really fast grower and blooms easily. Once the Dischidiopsis Philippinensis is in bloom the flowers are amazing, with a reddish purple color. As the name suggests this plant is native to the Philippines.
If you’re a Hoya and/or Dischdia fanatic and want to try something new, this easy going Dischidiopsis Philippinensis is the perfect plant to add to your collection!

Pot size: 10,5 cm Ø

Between 15 and 35 degrees Celsius.

 (In)direct sunlight.

Water once a week.

Re-pot every 24 months.

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The external condition of the plant may vary from the image shown in this page. We bear no responsibility for plants changing colors and size depending on the season. The seasonal growth changes of the plants are not considered faults or deficiencies.


Dischidiopsis are very closely related to Dischidia and Hoya. Expect somewhat of the same care pattern for this Dischidiopsis Philippinensis. Dischidiopsis Philippinensis is a super cute and funky looking plant. One that will definitely color up your home as it’s an easy and frequent flowering plant. Once in bloom it’ll give tiny reddish-purple flowers. As the name suggests this plant is native to the Philippines, just like many other Hoya and Dischidia.

Taking care of your Dischidiopsis Philippinensis is fairly easy. Give it a good place in your urban jungle where it gets sufficient daylight. By a west facing window should do the trick. Water the plant about once a week in the growing season. In this period do use a bit of fertilizer. That will probably appreciated by the Dischidiopsis Philippinensis. Of course a good soil medium is ever so important. If you use soil, make sure it is a well draining mixture. Keep the temperature nice and warm and a moderate humidity.

Dischidiopsis Philippinensis is a cool new plant for any kind of plant lover! It’s such an easy and fun looking little plant!

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