Hoya Latifolia 6" Pot
Hoya Latifolia leaves have an interesting puckered texture. They can produce clusters of small, waxy, star-shaped little flowers that can be pink or cream-colored. Plants may not produce flowers until they are two or three years old and then will flower during the late spring and summer.
Lighting: Bright, indirect light is best. Too much sun can actually burn the leaves.
Watering: Your hoya will be happiest if you let the soil dry out between waterings. Make sure to test the soil with your finger before watering.
Humidity: Hoya Latifolia like higher humidity but it is not recommended to mist the leaves.