|Hoya Carnosa (variegated)
|Native to Australia and Asia.
|Its tendrils usually reach up to 11 to 20 inches in length.
|Thick waxy green leaves that are framed in colors ranging from pink to cream.
|It does well in a west or south-facing window.
|Relatively fast-growing compared to other Hoya variations.
|It enjoys bright, indirect light. But bright direct sunlight is beneficial during spring and winter.
|Water one to three times a week, allowing the soil to dry completely between watering sessions.
|Hoya Krimson Queen enjoys well-draining soil.
|This plant enjoys mid-range, pretty consistent temperatures between 60 degrees Fahrenheit to 90 degrees Fahrenheit.
|A nitrogen-rick, water-soluble fertilizer is highly recommended every month during its growing season.
|It enjoys higher humidity levels of around 60%.
|It produces fragment clusters of star-shaped flowers.
|You can prune it if you want to shape and control its vine size.
|You can use its stem cuttings to start their new root development in either water or soil.
|You can repot your Hoya Krimson Queen every year or every other season.
|Diseases and Pests
|The most common disease is root rot, while the most common pests are scale, spider mites, and mealy bugs.
|It is considered a non-toxic indoor houseplant.