Thick, waxy leaves cover long, slender vines with splotched pink new growth that slowly fades to cream variegation . Pro tip – to give your hoya a more dense appearance, loop the vines around a wire hoop or small trellis and secure loosely with florist wire. It will tolerate low light but will thrive in a medium to bright, indirect light situation. Use a well draining soil and water thoroughly, allowing the soil to dry out between watering. Under perfect most conditions, it will produce clusters of star-shaped flowers – something all hoya collectors hope to one day achieve!

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