|The success of your plant depends on a variety of factors, most notably watering and light. Below are some species specific guidelines to follow that will help ensure that your plant will stay healthy and happy. |
Hoya kerrii is often planted as leaf cuttings, but is it difficult to grow cuttings into full sized plants due to its slow growing nature. Hoya kerrii grows as a succulent vine, forming long strings of leaves up to 13 ft. long.
Fertilize very sparingly, no more than once every 3 months.
This plant enjoys bright, indirect sunlight. Indoor settings are ideal for this type of plant.
|Temperature Requirements: |
The Hoya kerrii will thrive in most indoor environments. Colder temperatures will slow growth, so keep in a warmer spot to facilitate growth.
Water your plant once the top two inches of soil is dry. Water thoroughly, but be careful of root rot due to overwatering.
Hoya kerrii does not require repotting unless it has outgrown its current container. Hanging baskets are ideal for longer vines, but hoya kerrii can also be trained to grow upright using a trellis or plant frame.
|Indoor / Outdoor:|
This type of plant can adapt to either indoor or outdoor settings.