Hoya Hindu Rope (Hoya carnosa compacta)
A favorite among avid Hoya collectors! The curly, semi-succulent leaves that weave tightly together to form a rope like vine are what make this plant so unique and sought after. If given the right conditions, Hindu Rope Hoyas will produce clusters of star shaped flowers. Keep a close eye out though because they don’t show up very often. Whether this Hoya is displayed in a hanging basket or placed on a shelf, it is guaranteed to catch the eye of anyone who walks by.
Light: Bright indirect light will keep your Hoya the happiest. These are not low light tolerant plants and will suffer if left in a dark corner. If given the right light conditions you may see it sprout beautiful fragrant flowers during their brief blooming season.
Water: Let your Hoya dry out between watering. Give it a good deep watering but avoid over watering your Hoya, they do not like to have consistently wet soil.
Humidity: Although adding humidity to your space is not necessary for a Hoya, they would sure be happier if you did.
*ships in a 6" nursery pot*