The Q&A Archives: Locating Wax Plant

Question: I am trying to find info on a plant that has been identified as a wax plant. It was in an arrangement that I recd. It has needles that resemble an evergreen-and tiny flowers.

Answer: The genus for wax plant, also called wax flower, is Hoya. A plant source database search came up with the following possibilities. You will need to check with them directly for availability.

B & K Tropicals 5300 48th Terrace North St. Petersburg, FL USA 33709 Telephone 727-522-8691

Hoyas by Michael Miyashiro P.O. Box 90447 Honolulu, HI USA 96835-0447 Telephone 808-941-9412

Southern Exposure ($5.00 for catalog) 35 Minor at Rusk
Beaumont, TX USA 77702 409-835-0644

Oak Hill Gardens, Inc. P.O. Box 25 Dundee, IL USA 60118-0025
Telephone 847-428-8500

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