Hoya carnosa, the porcelainflower or wax plant is one of the many species of Hoya that are native to Eastern Asia and Australia. It is a common House plant grown for its attractive waxy foliage and sweetly scented flowers. It is grown well in pots and hanging baskets.The long, somewhat curly, and thin vines on the plant produce succulent-like green leaves with faint white speckles.
Bloom: Pink/White, Fragrant, Showy jelly star shaped in clusters of up to 30
Light: Bright but not direct light
Moisture: Allow soil to dry out completely before next watering
Humidity: Enjoys humidity above 50% but will tolerate lower
Fertilizer: Twice a month during the growing season.
Mature Size: 12-20ft long and wide
Habit: Trailing Vine