Category: Hanging Plants
Hoya carnosa is the classic Wax Plant. They are known for their long, vining tendrils, waxy leaves and sweet-smelling flowers. Hoya carnosa has large, dark green, almond-shaped leaves that emerge along its long vines, which will eventually put out clusters of pink flowers with dark red centers.
Hoya carnosa thrives well in bright indirect Light. Direct sunlight can scorch their leaves.
Follow Drying out in between watering. Excess water can be detrimental.
The Soil need to be fertile and well drained where there is no water logging. Fertile soil rich in humus can be prepared.
Hoya is a Light feeder and requires little Fertilizer. A Light solution of balanced, Water-soluble houseplant Fertilizer mixed at a rate of ¼ teaspoon (1 ml.) in a gallon of Water is plenty. Feed the plant once a month during the growing season and discontinue feeding in winter.