As one of the lowest-maintenance and most easy-care varieties of the Hoya family, we think the Krimson Queen will be a rewarding addition to your indoor gardening journey. Plus i’m sure you’ll enjoy the clusters of chocolate-scented flower.
The plant needs frequent watering with medium frequency. The basic strategy is to let the soil dry out between consecutive waterings. Twice a week in summer and once a week in winter is a suitable estimated frequency. Just like other Hoyas, this tricolor wax plant does not like wet feet and soggy soil. Thus, make sure you avoid over-watering.
This plant loves bight indirect sunlight! Avoid direct sunlight and your Hoya will be happy.
The Hoya wax vine needs well-drained soil that dries out quickly. A mixture of peat moss, vermiculite, and perlite in equal ratios serves well. Moreover, you can get any nice packed mixture with the mentioned ingredients.
These plants are in 4 inch pots and the photo is a representation of the plant you will receive.