Hoya wayetii is an easy to grow houseplant that is part of the Apocynaceae family and is native to the Philippines. The leaves are narrow and thick with dark leaf margins; if exposed to bright light, the leaf margins turn red-purple. Umbels contain between 15 & 25 flowers, these are recurved in shape with a pink corona and yellow and dark red corolla. 


Pot: 10cm diameter.

Foliage: Approximately 15cm foliage.

Ceramic pot not included.


Secrets to success


Temperature: 21-28˚C


Light: Bright indirect light but this Hoya can handle a little direct light.


Watering: Allow to dry out between waterings, we recommend potting into a terracotta pot to absorb excess water.


Air humidity: Prefers higher humidity but tolerates average humidity. Hoya grow faster in a more humid environment. To increase humidity group plants together, use a humidifier or place your plant on a watered pebble tray.


Fertilising: Feed every 2-3 waterings during the growing season.


Potting mix: A light well draining mix with added orchid bark for aeration; Hoya are epiphytes.


This plant isn't known to be toxic but would be best kept out of reach of pets and children, just in case.

Hoya wayetii

£36.00 Regular Price
£20.00Sale Price