Hoya curtisii is an lesser known variety of Hoya. It features spade-shaped, dark green leaves with white splashes on thread-like stems. It produces waxy, pink and white, star-shaped flowers that release a sweet, delightful fragrance. The flowers appear in clusters of about 20 tiny flowers.
Size: 14cm pot x 50cm trail aprox.
Origin: Southeast Asia across Thailand, the Philippines, Borneo, and Malaysia
Light: Bright indirect light
Watering: Allow two thirds of the soil to dry between waterings while the plant is actively growing, usually from spring through autumn. Reduce watering frequency in winter when light levels are lower. This plant prefers to stay on the dry side.
Feeding: Use half the recommended dose of a potash liquid fertilizer every few weeks from spring to autumn.
Soil: Well draining soil mix, for example a mix for succulents or cactus.
Tip: Do not remove the flower stalks as more flowers will appear from the stumps. This plant is safe around pets and children. Keep away from direct light and radiators.