Light:  Thrives in bright indirect sunlight. The more light it receives, the more vibrant the foliage and the more flowers it will produce.

Watering: Allow to almost completely dry out between waterings. Water thoroughly until water flows from the drainage hole on the bottom of the pot. Discard any excess water in the saucer. Hoyas require less water in the winter months.

Temperature: 60 – 85 degrees. Avoid drafts from direct air from heating and cooling.

Humidity: Average home humidity

Toxicity: Pet friendly

 

Trouble Shooting

Drop leaves: indicates plant is being watered too much.

When Hoya plants mature, they will produce clusters of star-shaped flowers. Do not remove the faded flower stem after your Hoya blooms – it will produce flowers on those stems again the next time it blooms.

Do not move the Hoya once it begins to develop new flower buds – this could disturb it and cause it to drop the buds before they open.