Hoya Kerrii Green aka Sweetheart Plant - 2.5" pot

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While they look fancy, Hoya's are perfect for someone new to plants which is why we love them, they are very tolerant of neglect! We love this one especially because it grows super fast which is really rewarding when you're starting out with plants.  Loves bright, indirect light, dappled sunlight exposure is its happy place, the direct sun may burn the plant but take a risk with a little bit of early morning sun which will result in brightly coloured foliage. Water when the top two inches are dry, better to underwater rather than over water, you can push it out to every 10 days. If the leaves at the bottom are crinkly it's telling you it's thirsty. If the leaves are yellowing it probably means you've given it too much water. Pet friendly.

Hoya Kerrii comes in a 2.5" plastic growers pot.

Care Level: Easy / Beginners
Lighting : Bright, indirect
Water: Every 1 to 2 weeks
Pets: Pet Friendly

Hoya Overview

Hello Hoyas! Native to several countries of Asia, Hoyas are beautiful plants with over 900 species that come in unique colours and shapes. Hoyas are part of a family known as Apocynaceae; its subfamily is the Asclepiadoideae (milkweeds). Hoyas also go by Wax Plant, Honey Plant or Wax Vine, and it’s likely you’ve seen one in your grandparents’ home. They’re a very popular indoor houseplant with thick – you guessed it – waxy leaves. If they’ve got all their growing conditions checked off, Hoyas will eventually bloom stunning, small clusters of symmetrical star-shaped flowers that are bright in colour with a subtle, sweet scent. Hoyas are slow-growing climbers and creepers that are relatively easy to maintain, so you’ll often see them perched in a hanging basket or wrapped around a trellis when grown outside.

Customer Reviews

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Susan Jackson

Hoya Kerrii Green aka Sweet Heart

Pooja Guruwada

Loved it.

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