Scientific Name: Hoya davidcumingii
Your Hoya davidcumingii houseplant come in a 12cm Nursery Pot.
We've never encountered anyone that's "neutral" about Hoyas - people typically go crazy over this plant family, and will have some story about their Hoya Experiences. Hoya davidcumingii will add to your repertoire of Hoya Stories: As one of the less common Hoya's, you're not only introducing something unique to your plant collection.
A Filipino epiphyte (living peacefully on other pants), this succulent will delight you with its relative ease of care and spectacular clusters (or "coronas") of fragrant, violet-yellow flowers. It'll look great on a shelf, where it can naturally trail downwards, or suspended in a Plant Hanger.
Follow these instructions to keep your Hoya houseplant healthy and happy.
Water: Keep soil evenly moist but not waterlogged. Typically, water the plant when the soil recedes slightly from the edge of the pot. In winter, keep the soil a little drier.
Light: Very bright indirect light, especially if you'd like your Hoya to flower.
Humidity: Medium Humidity should be fine. Place in "stable" - not too humid or drafty.
Fertilize: Balanced Liquid Fertilizer about every 4 weeks in the Spring and Summer.
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