How to Grow Hoya
Hoyas are vines native to tropical areas in Australia and Asia, with most producing clusters of fragrant long-lasting waxy flowers (which is why they’re often called waxflowers or waxplants). In their natural habitat, Hoyas creep across the ground or twine many metres up and into trees. Most Hoyas are epiphytes, meaning they grow on the surface of other plants but don’t harm them (unlike parasites) and in the wild derive moisture and nutrients from the air, leaf litter and other organic matter.
Bright Light Indoors or Semi-Shade Outdoors
Allow to Dry Out Slightly Between Waterings
Suitable for All Australian Climates