Hoya Pubicalyx is recognized by their narrow, oval-shaped leaves that are deep green with silvery variegation flecks making no plant exactly like the next. A vining plant that is happiest when climbing or cascading, they are native to the Philipines and loved for their clusters of fragrant flowers.
Light: Bright, indirect light (North facing window is ideal)
Water: Drought tolerant. Water when the top 1-2″ of soil feels dry to the touch. We suggest watering every 10 days or so- when you notice the leaves start to look wrinkly they are thirsty. If the lower leaves start to turn yellow and fall off, this is a sign of overwatering.
Fertilizer: Use liquid fertilizer to feed your Hoyas about once a month during the growing season. Once cold weather comes along, make sure to cut out the fertilizer as they enter a semi-dormant state.
Please know that no two plants are alike and the one you receive may not look exactly as shown.