You won't find another hoya like this! This unique plant grows long vines with thin blade like leaves. Their flower are unique as well. Rather than the typical cluster of small hoya flowers, you get one larger flower from each petiole.
Hoya's are easy to care for plants especially with the proper soil. We recommend our aroid mix found here https://parksplaceplants.com/Aroid-Soil-Mix-p23457...
Light: Bright indirect light is best. Can tolerate Medium light.
Water: Allow the top half of soil to dry. Well draining soil is key! Hoya's store water in their leaves. It is better to under water them than to over water.
Temps: Best kept between 60 and 75 degrees.
Humidity: Can withstand low humidity (40%) but will be happier with more.
Pets: Safe for pets! For more information please visit https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-contr...