Hoya bertoniae is a delightful tropical plant that hails from the rainforests of the Philippines. This epiphytic species is found growing on trees, and it has adapted to the shaded understory of the forest floor.
The leaves of Hoya bertoniae are small, rounded, and fleshy, with a glossy dark green color that makes them stand out. The flowers of this plant are its main attraction, and they are absolutely stunning! They are star-shaped and have a creamy white color with a reddish-pink center, and they are fragrant and long-lasting.
Hoya bertoniae is a compact and slow-growing plant that is perfect for small spaces, such as windowsills or hanging baskets. This wonderful tropical plant with exquisite flowers is a great choice for plant collectors looking for a unique and visually striking addition to their collection.
When it comes to caring for your Hoya bertoniae, it's important to keep it in a bright, indirect light, as too much direct sunlight can scorch the leaves. This plant prefers to be watered moderately, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. A well-draining potting soil, such as a mix of peat moss, perlite, and bark, is ideal for this plant.
💦 Water: Water when top inch of soil is dry
☀️ Light: Bright, Indirect Light. We recommend LED Full Spectrum Plant Light Strips, 2 foot
🪴Potting: We recommend Potted Elephant's Cacti & Succulent Potting Mix
🌿 Habit: Climbing, trailing