Small, Medium, Large
$3,000 – $5,000
Hoya obovata requires very little ongoing care and maintenance. They do best in bright, sunny windows and require infrequent watering. One important aspect of hoya care is proper fertilization—these fast-growing foliage plants benefit from regular fertilization during the spring and summer months to keep their growth healthy and full.
While they are typically not grown for their blooms (they usually don’t bloom until they are at least two to three years old), hoya flowers are quite stunning and fragrant if you are lucky enough to see them. If your hoya does bloom, do not dead-head the flower stalk as the hoya will bloom again from the same stalk within the next couple of years.