Hoya sigillatis is an incredible species native to Borneo, and it was described in 2004. This plant has thin brownish-red leaves. If given strong light they do have the potential to sun stress. Their flower is really neat as well, they're tiny orange blooms.
Like most Hoyas, these will like to fully dry out in the soil between waterings. This may be roughly every 10-14 days depending on your home environment. They will do best when given a bright light and can even handle some direct sun. These will not do well in lower light conditions! When repotting use a semi-coarse soil that will drain water well. They appreciate more humidity if you have it!
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