Not a Hoya you see every day! This succulent plant has small tear drop shaped leaves that trail down a dainty vine. They leaves are dark green with silver speckles all over. If given enough light, Hoya curtisii are easy care. They like to dry out between watering so no need to pay too much attention to them...unless they're blooming, pay all the attention to those stunning fragrant blooms!!
Light: The Hoya curtisii loves bright indirect light, it can also tolerate direct early morning or late afternoon sunlight. Direct sun mid-day may cause sunburned leaves.
Water: Wax plants have medium to low water requirements as its succulent leaves will store water. On average water every 10 days allowing the first 70% of the soil to dry out.
Humidity: Hoya love humidity so the more you can provide the happier it will be. That being said, these plants are grown in varying climates and can thrive in lower humidity levels (40%-60%) if you live in an arid area consider a humidifier or a pebble tray.