|Dogbane or Apocynaceae
|Plant Common Name
|Wax Plant, Wax Flower, Porcelain Flower
|Bright, filtered light from dawn to dusk is ideal.
|Provide your Hoya Wayetii with a thorough watering whenever the soil mix is almost dry.
|The Hoya Wayetii is an epiphyte; that’s why it requires a well-draining soil mix. A mixture of coarse potting soil and bark with a big percentage of perlite is ideal.
|Generally, Hoyas, which include Hoya Wayetii like a high nitrogen plant feed, which promotes vigorous foliage growth.
|Hoya Wayetii is a tropical plant, which is why it likes daytime temperatures between 60 degrees Fahrenheit to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. But nighttime temperatures must not drop below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
|Compared to most kinds of Hoya, the Hoya Wayetii likes very humid conditions. If you can keep a humidity level of 60% to 80%, your plant will be pleased.
|Hoya Wayetii is a growing plant that has a trailing growth habit. Individual tendrils can grow to be around 36 inches long.
|The succulent leaves are green in color, with the borders becoming brownish in bright light.
|Hoya Wayetii is winter hardy in USDA hardiness zone 11.
|Through stem cuttings in soil, water, and the air layering method.
|Hoya Wayetii is not toxic to humans and pets, but it’s best to keep it out of reach of children and pets.
|Use hanging baskets, containers, or pots with drainage holes at the base.
|Prune the unhealthy and older foliage to improve the health and display of your Hoya Wayetii.
|Hoya Wayetii plants are hardy in USDA growth zone 11, which is above 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
|Root rot and mealybug infestation are mainly caused by bad air circulation, plants not receiving enough light, and overwatering plants.
|The most common pests for Hoya Wayetii plants are fungus gnats and mealybugs.
|Where to Buy
|You can buy Hoya Wayetii in your local nurseries or online stores like Amazon.