- Light: Medium to high, indirect light with some direct sun mixed in. Do not expose them to direct midday summer sunlight.
- Water: Allow top inch of soil to dry out between waterings. Water sparingly in the winter.
Chelsea Hoya features thick heart shaped dimpled dark green leaves that show faint white spots randomly. It blooms in clusters of waxy pink to maroon porcelain like flowers with the fragrance of chocolate. Once the Hoya starts to put on buds do not disturb the plant and after it has bloomed don't remove the spent flowers. Allow those dead flowers to fall off on their own. This interesting plant doesn't like to be repotted unless it's absolutely necessary but I would suggest showing it off in a hanging basket.