Scientific Name: Hoya wayetii
Your Hoya Wayetii houseplant come in a 12cm Nursery Pot.
Nobody that's ever had the privilege of caring for a Hoya is neutral about this genus of plants - they simply are fantastic. Not only are they known for their exquisite and widely varying foliage, but especially also their dazzling floral display of clustered "coronas" of flowers.
Hoya Wayetii is another classic hoya, in this case with a brown edged leaf. Trail it off a shelf, place it in a hanger, do what you like. This gorgeous houseplant will be a valued addition to your house plant collection. Or if the bug has bitten already - a valued contributor to your hoya collection.
Follow these instructions to keep your Hoya Wayetii 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 but not to the point where the leaves shrivel.
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.