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Matelea cyclophylla

$ 14.00

Matelea cyclophylla is a deciduous, vining caudiciform from Central America that has beautiful heart-shaped leaves and boasts hypnotizing dark fuzzy flowers. Although this plant is related to the sweet-smelling Hoya, the flowers of Matelea cyclophylla are pollinated by flies and have a strange smell if you get too close. 

The plant grows a pale woody caudex, which helps the plant store energy during its dormancy period. All that energy is used to make fast-growing vines with dark leaves. As the days get shorter and the temperature drops during the winter, this plant will go dormant until longer, warmer days in spring.


‚ÄĘ Light: Bright, direct light -- a Southern or Western exposure
‚Äʬ†Water:¬†Water when soil is dry to the touch. Take care not to overwater. Avoid watering when dormant.
‚Äʬ†Considerations: This plant can go outdoors during summer. Keep¬†Matelea¬†dry during its winter dormancy. Resume watering when plant shows new growth.¬†Use well-draining soil when repotting.


You'll get a healthy Matelea cyclophylla that meets our rigorous quality standards in a 2" nursery pot. No two plants are alike, and yours will have its own unique shape, size and personality; expect this natural variation from the photos.

Our plants include detailed care instructions as well as our Houseplant Best Practices guide, with information on how to repot, seasonal care and more!

We include shipping box warmers at no charge as needed. Got questions? Check out our FAQ!

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Marla F.
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Love my little plant. So cute, and growing fast! Will def be ordering more unique plants in the future!

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