- Light: Medium to bright, indirect light with some direct light mixed in. Don't expose them to direct, midday summer sunlight.
- Water: Allow top inch of soil to dry out between waterings. Water sparingly in the winter.
Hoyas are known best for their waxy, succulent leaves, so they do not like to be over-watered. It's vine habit make it a great candidate for a hanging basket but they don't like to be repotted very often or to jump pot sizes.
The Krimson Queen Hoya features white to pink variegation around the leaf margins. The plant's new foliage often emerges bright pink, with the occasional leaf entirely white.