Hoyas are always neat, but the Hoya Pachyclada is especially fun since it features large, sturdy, green leaves, with large, yet still subtle, veining.
Water: During warmer months, water deeply after top half of soil has dried out. Allow excess water to drain away. During winter months, allow soil to fully dry out between waterings. Puckered leaves are a sign your hoya is thirsty.
Light: This hoya does best with plenty of bright, indirect sunlight. While it can survive lower light levels, you may notice stunted growth.
Soil: A well draining potting mix is best. Preferably a mix containing cocoa husk, sphagnum moss, bark, and vermiculite.
Humidity: The hoya pacyclada thrives in high humidity, mist often, use a pebble tray, or keep near a humidifier to keep this little guy happy!
Fertilizer: Fertilize once a month using a dilute solution of liquid houseplant fertilizer. Do not fertilize in winter months.
NOTE: Every single plant is unique. The plant you receive will be around this size/condition, however the number of leaves will vary from plant to plant. Should there be any concern about potential differences, please ask for a photo of the particular plant you would receive.