- Light: Medium to bright, indirect light with some direct light mixed in. Don't expose them so direct midday summer sunlight.
- Water: Allow top inch of soil to dry out between waterings. Water sparingly in the winter.
Jade Hoya features showy corymbs of pink star-shaped flowers with red eyes dangling from the stems. Don't disturb the plant once buds start to form and allow the spent flowers to drop off naturally. Attractive glossy pointy leaves emerge light green, turning forest green in color throughout the year. This plant would be great shown off in a hanging pot but they don't really like being repotted often.