Hoya

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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hoya pubicalyx purple flowers and thick green leaves

Hoya Pubicalyx Care & Propagation (#1 Definitive Guide for THRIVING Plant!)

Hoya Pubicalyx is a succulent-like flowering plant that is both low-maintenance and easy to grow. It has many varieties that produce clusters of scented purple-black to pinkish-silver flowers, some featuring beautifully speckled leaves. Care-wise, it requires: bright indirect sunlight and high humidity, 60-70% being ideal. Don’t let the temperature fall below 50 degrees F (10

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the hoya macrophylla leaves

Hoya Macrophylla Care & Propagation (#1 TOP Tips + what to AVOID!)

Hoya Macrophylla is gaining popularity, and for a good reason. These plants are both low maintenance and generally unfussy, making them ideal for beginners. 🙂 To care for the Hoya Macrophylla, Place your Hoya in bright, filtered light. A warm location with as high humidity as you can manage is key. Allow for a very

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potted small hoya krimson queen houseplant with variegated leaves

Hoya Krimson Queen Care (#1 Best Care Tips for THRIVING Plant!)

Previously known as the Hoya Tricolor, the Hoya Krimson Queen is a trailing, compact houseplant with cream and pink variegation on the edges of its oval, green-centered leaves. Its variegation has earned this Hoya the nickname Strawberries and Cream. 🙂 This easygoing Queen is a good plant for beginners, being generally low-maintenance and disease resistant. To help

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small potted hoya linearis plant

Hoya Linearis Care & Propagation (#1 Secret Hacks you MUST know!)

Though there are 200-300 species of Hoya, one of the less common and most sought-after varieties is the Hoya linearis. Many consider Hoya linearis to be one of the most difficult varieties of hoyas to grow. However, by understanding its native habitat, growing a Hoya linearis at home doesn’t have to be a struggle! To

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hoya curtisii plant

Hoya Curtisii Care & Propagation (#1 STEP-by-STEP Guide for THRIVING Plant!)

Hoya curtisii, also known as Tiny-Lead Porcelain Flower, Fung Wax Flower, or Hoya Aloha, is a trailing succulent vine from the Milkweed family. Featuring small and fleshy olive-green leaves with silver splashes, this epiphytic plant is native to the Phillippines, Thailand and Malaysia. Thankfully, your Hoya curtisii is easy to care for and can be

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