Category: Indoor Gardening – Hoya

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Lauren Willshire

Hoya Care Guide

Hoya is some of the most unique species of plants we can keep in our homes. Their ability to change leaf shape, growth patterns, and blooms based on environments and care is extraordinary. Because of these factors, care for Hoya can differ and create incredible results. If one is exceedingly good at caring for a

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Indoor Gardening

Caring For Hoya Carnosa Compacta During Summer Months

As the summer heat kicks in, it’s important to care for Hoya Carnosa Compacta plants properly. Hoya Carnosa Compacta, more commonly known as the Indian rope plant, is a type of evergreen that is native to East Asia. In the wild, the Indian rope plant can grow up to 20 feet tall but is commonly

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Indoor Gardening

Hoya Carnosa: Planting and Care Guide

Hoya Carnosa plants are popular houseplants and a favorite among gift-givers. Hoyas are a favorite due to their deep green, thick, waxy, vining foliage. Hoya plants are commonly referred to as wax plants because of their shiny, waxy leaf appearance. The Hoya Carnosa plant is more than just a greenery plant. They can also produce

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Futured Gardening Image
Lauren Willshire

Hoya Care Guide

Hoya is some of the most unique species of plants we can keep in our homes. Their ability to change leaf shape, growth patterns, and blooms based on environments and care is extraordinary. Because of these factors, care for Hoya can differ and create incredible results. If one is exceedingly

Read More »
Indoor Gardening

Caring For Hoya Carnosa Compacta During Summer Months

As the summer heat kicks in, it’s important to care for Hoya Carnosa Compacta plants properly. Hoya Carnosa Compacta, more commonly known as the Indian rope plant, is a type of evergreen that is native to East Asia. In the wild, the Indian rope plant can grow up to 20

Read More »
Indoor Gardening

Hoya Carnosa: Planting and Care Guide

Hoya Carnosa plants are popular houseplants and a favorite among gift-givers. Hoyas are a favorite due to their deep green, thick, waxy, vining foliage. Hoya plants are commonly referred to as wax plants because of their shiny, waxy leaf appearance. The Hoya Carnosa plant is more than just a greenery

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