Visually distinct and easily identifiable, the Hoya wayetii is undoubtedly one of those house plant types that stands out from the rest of its hoya family members!
Soil: Well-draining soil is essential for the Hoya wayetii. This is primarily so due to the origins of Hoyas, which are an epiphyte species. A soil mix that allows the water to flow unrestricted ensures your Wayetii will not retain wet roots, which these plants detest.
Light: The Wayetii requires a higher light exposure than other Hoya types and around 70% to 90% of sunlight per day. But do not place in direct sunlight! Indirect sunlight is ideal for this plant.
Water: This plant hates being water logged. So, let it fully dry out before watering. Top water only, do not bottom water.
These plants are all in 4 inch pots and the plant pictured is a representation of what you will receive.