This succulent-like vine is sturdy, long-living, low-maintenance, and can even bloom the famous hoya star-shaped flowers. It is the perfect vine for plant lovers of any expertise level because of how forgiving it is and how quickly it brightens up a room.
Light - Bright, indirect light. Ideally a few feet away from an east- or north-facing window, that way it’ll receive the right amount of bright sunlight it needs for the day. Long periods of direct sunlight will burn the leaves and could even kill the plant!
If your windows get too much light, try putting up a thin curtain to make the sunlight less harsh.
Water - The region the Macrophylla is from sees heavy rains every once in a while. So what does that mean for the Hoya macrophylla plant’s watering requirements?
Let the soil dry out completely before watering deeply. Thoroughly soak the soil with water then allow it all to drain out through the bottom, then leave it alone for a few weeks. Do not overwater.