Hoyas are a fascinating group of plants that come in a variety of leaf-forms, color variations and growth habits. All have thick, waxy leaves that are the source of the common name, “wax plant”. Some are trailers and some are climbers. Climbing types benefit by providing a small trellis. Trailers are perfect for hanging baskets or on a plant stand that allows the foliage to hang freely. Under good growing conditions Hoyas produce fragrant clusters of star-like flowers.
Looks great grown in containers and hanging baskets. Ideal for growing in a container and training to a small trellis. Potted Hoya plants can be grown outdoors in the summer and brought back inside when temperatures are expected to fall below 50 degrees F (10 degrees C). Can be grown outdoors year-round in frost-free climates, in a pot or in the ground.