Hoya (also sometimes called Wax plant) is one of the most tolerant of all houseplants. It is a climber with vining stems and waxy leaves. The growth habit, leaf shape, color and size of each species differ. Some are compact and others are shrubby but most have smooth shiny leaves. Narrow Leaf Hoya has long, narrow leaves with interesting texture.
Bright and warm with some direct sunlight.
Water thoroughly spring to fall, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Don't let it sit in soggy soil. In fall and winter, water less but don't let the root ball dry out. Cut the plant back occasionally. Leave short stalks in place after bloom so new buds can form.
4 inch, 6 inch, 8 inch hanging basket
Shape, color and size of plants may vary slightly.