A beautiful little Hoya with smallish ovate leaves arranged in pairs up the stem. The stems of this plant have an upright growth habit which is uncommon in Hoyas as most exhibit a vining habit. As the stems get longer the will eventually droop downward.
These beauties are one of the easiest Hoyas to care for and if given enough light they will reward you with clusters of very sweetly scented yellow flowers.
As a general rule, let the soil in the pot dry out slightly before watering again in the growing season (Spring and Summer). In the colder months, let them dry out a bit more before watering again.
Like most Hoyas they can handle shade but if you want them to flower, and you do want them to flower, they need sufficient periods of bright indirect light (at least a few hours each day).
140mm hanging pot
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