Hoya Sarawak is a beautiful plant with large heart-shaped green leaves. It makes the homestead attractive, and if cared for well, it blooms the parachute clusters of the star-shaped flowers. It prefers light, well lit by the sun, and retaining moisture, which is necessary for good growth. In nature, Hoya Sarawak can reach ten meters in length.
Young shoots do not have leaves, but over time, when the node begins to develop, it becomes covered with elastic, fleshy pointed, or semicircular leaves, and the branches themselves lose elasticity and are prone to fragility.
The length of the leaf is about five cm, and the width does not exceed eight cm. In spring, the Hoya Sarawak blooms vigorously with white flowers. Sometimes white comes with a pink tint. The shape of the inflorescences is star-shaped, the flowers are collected in small umbrellas.
Light - The window sills of the east and west windows are the best for maintenance.
Water - In spring and summer, watering should be abundant, but the soil should dry out to a depth of several centimeters between them. An indoor plant easily tolerates a short drought but will not handle stagnant moisture in the earth. Be sure to drain the excess moisture that appears after watering.