Hoya Parviflora Collection #57
If you remember a vine creeping around your grandmother’s kitchen, chances are it was a Hoya plant. This tropical indoor plant — often called a “Wax plant” due to its thick waxy leaves — is a classic because it lives forever, grows to be enormous, and creates beautiful, porcelain-like fragrant flower clusters (it’s also often called “Porcelain flower”).
Hoya Parviflora has been recently discovered species has not been formally named. Its growth habit is very compact with narrow, compact foliage. During the warmer months, Hoya Parviflora produces clusters of 3mm fragrant flowers on short cascading branches.
Although the Hoyas are non-toxic to cats or dogs, they can still make them sick. Large consumption of Hoya leaves can make cats or dogs vomit.
Size (Can grow to)
Grows up to 24″ (61 cm) tall
Semi-tropical, must be undercover in frost areas or wintered indoors.
Partial to heavy shade in a well-sheltered position.
Keep dryer in winter and moist in warmer months.