This Hoya Pachyclada Variegated is good for hanging display in a bright lighted Terrace or patio. Also Great as an indoor plants that can be Place in a bright area or near window.
Hoya pachyclada prefers a few hours of direct sun or dappled sun when kept indoors. Though it will survive in bright indirect light only, giving it a few hours of sun will boost growth and encourage flowering. Indoors, a sunny window with eastern western exposure is a great spot. Avoid intense afternoon sun. This can burn the leaves.
Hoya pachyclada can tolerate high temperatures in the 70s and 80s or higher. They are not cold hardy, however. Avoid temperatures below 50 ºF.
Hoya plants thrive in high humidity, though they are tolerant of more moderate, indoor humidity levels. Extremely arid climates may cause dryness at the tips of leaves.
Though Hoya plants can withstand some drought, during the growing season they prefer a consistent watering schedule. Water regularly during the growth period. Allow the soil to dry out at least halfway before watering thoroughly.