A striking Hoya with long, leaves boasting slashes of variegation, and really interesting textures.
Water: Allow top few inches of soil to dry out between waterings. Always ensure that excess was is able to drain away as to avoid root rot.
Light: Does best with bright, indirect sunlight. Can handle some direct light or shade.
Soil: Does best in a loose, well aerated soil. A mix of peat, bark, and vermiculite is best.
Humidity: Like all hoyas, this guy can handle standard humidity, but fairs better with higher levels of humidity. Mist often or use a pebble tray for best results.
Fertilizer: Fertilize once a month throughout growing season using a dilute solution of liquid plant fertilizer. Do not fertilize over winter months.