Hoya Tsangii is a small, dainty-looking plant whose oval leaves sport maroon edges, and whose finish is soft and almost dusty-looking.
Water: Only water this hoya when it's soil has almost completely dried out. 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, but not enough light will lead to stunted growth and loss of colour on leaves.
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.
NOTE: Every plant is different, and may present their colours differently from the one pictured. Some will quickly develop more colour when exposed to greater light levels, while others might stubbornly remain more green than anything else. This is normal, and just continue to allow your plant access to light and sun and it should eventually develop more colour.