Hoya

leaves of a hoya rangsan - variegated light green or silvery splashes on darker green leaves

Hoya Rangsan (Comprehensive Care & Growing Guide!)

If you’re looking for a variegated houseplant that is easy-flowering and doesn’t require a lot of fussing over, we think the Hoya Rangsan is a good choice. 🙂 This tropical houseplant produces narrow waxy leaves that are deep green with silvery or light green splashes. The variegation is different from leaf to leaf. It also …

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hoya elliptica growing with thick succulent-like leaves and a cluster of flowers

Hoya Elliptica – (Best #1 Care Guide for a THRIVING Hoya!)

The Hoya Elliptica is a beautiful, low-maintenance plant native to Southeast Asia. Like many Hoyas, it is a climbing plant (called an epiphyte) that grows thick leaves. What’s unique about this Hoya is its leaves have silver veins that remind us of turtle shells! Of course, it is also known for its strong, honey-scented flowers…. …

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hoya clemensiorum in a small black pot, this is an exotic tropical plant

Hoya Clemensiorum (How to help this RARE variety to THRIVE!)

Hoyas are one of the most commonly grown houseplants, known for their plump waxy leaves that store water. The Hoya Clemensiorum, however, is considered a rare variety that looks quite unlike any other. 🙂 It has unusual, light green long leaves with a crisp edge and intricate dark green patterned veins. Personally, we think the veining …

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Hoya Heuschkeliana – Complete Care Guide

If you’re looking for a low-maintenance plant with interesting foliage to add to your indoor garden, look no further than the Hoya Heuschkeliana! Hoya Heuschkeliana is a stunning tropical vine plant that is native to the Philippines. It produces fleshy green foliage with a waxy sheen. It produces clusters of yellow or pink flowers, with a caramel-like …

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a small potted hoya kerrii, also known as sweetheart hoya, in a pot

Hoya Kerrii for Beginners (#1 Care Tips & what to AVOID!)

Native to Southeast Asia, the Hoya Kerrii is easily recognized for its heart-shaped, succulent-like leaves. It’s no surprise why this species is nicknamed the Sweetheart Hoya. 🙂 Growing the Hoya Kerrii is easy, but you’ll need to understand its native environment to care for it well. It needs: Thankfully, the Hoya Kerrii is safe for …

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twisted foliage of a hindu rope plant, Hoya carnosa 'Compacta', a cultivar of Hoya carnosa, a hoya with pink flowers

Hindu Rope Plant (#1 Care & Propagation for UNIQUE Cultivar!)

The Hindu Rope Plant (scientific name: Hoya carnosa ‘Compacta’, a cultivar of Hoya carnosa) is a vining Hoya with uniquely twisted leaves. It is also sought-after for its clusters of fragrant, pink-white flowers. 🙂 In terms of care, the Hindu Rope Plant has 2 main enemies that it is susceptible to: overwatering, and pests like …

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hoya krimson princess, with variegated pink,cream and green leaves

Hoya Krimson Princess (Top #1 Care & PROPAGATION Tips!)

Hailing from tropical Southeast and East Asia is the pink and cream-colored Hoya Krimson Princess (scientific name: Hoya Carnosa ‘Rubra’). Treat this Hoya well and you’ll be rewarded with clusters of pink and red flowers with a heady milk-chocolate scent! The Hoya Krimson Princess is a low-maintenance, easy-going plant. But sap-sucking pests are common, enticed …

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a potted hoya obovata with light green variegation

Hoya Obovata Care & Propagation (#1 TOP Tips!)

The Hoya Obovata is a vining houseplant that has round, button-like leaves. Under optimal growing conditions, it will reward you with clusters of fragrant, pink flowers. Care is simple: Use a well-draining potting mix. We like using succulent soil as the base and lightening it with perlite and orchid bark. Water only when topsoil is …

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hoya imbricata houseplant with cupped shaped leaves

Hoya Imbricata Care (& Propagation #1 Best GUIDE!)

The Hoya Imbricata is a rare species from the waxflower (Hoya) genus. They are known for their unique green bowl-shaped leaves. When mature, they also produce clusters of yellow, star-shaped flowers. This plant can be fussier than most other Hoyas, and are best grown in a warm climate. Here’s a quick care summary: Let’s dive …

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Hoya Nummularioides Care (#1 Care Hacks + FAQs ANSWERED!)

Hoya Nummularioides is a rare houseplant with small leaves and fragrant flowers that grow in clusters. Fortunately, they are beginner-friendly plants. Just follow these tips for your plant to thrive: Place your plant in a warm and humid location (>60% humidity) with more than 6 hours of bright but filtered light. East or West-facing windows …

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