Hoya Latfolia Variegata (4″ Pot)
Hoya Latifolia have an interesting texture, that gives it an almost stained glass look on the leaves. Large, dark-green leaves with a hint of creamy yellow borders. They can produce clusters of small, waxy, star-shaped little flowers that can be pink or cream-colored.
Hoya are easy-care indoor plants if you have the medium to bright indirect light that they need. They are slow-growing vining plants, also known as Wax plants due to their thick and shiny foliage. There are many varieties of Hoya. They have become a classic in homes because they live long lives, grow to be large and create gorgeous, porcelain-like fragrant flower clusters.
Water: Low to medium. Drought tolerant plants. Water when the top 1-2” of soil are dry.
Sunlight: Medium to bright, indirect light. Will tolerate low light. When placed in brighter light, the foliage will be more vibrant and it will produce more flowers.
Placement. Hoyas like to settle into a spot, so don’t be quick to move them. You can train your Hoyas to grow up a pole or some other support if you’d like vertical appeal.
Pets & Kids: Pet friendly!