Hoya curtisii features tiny, spade shaped leaves that have silvery variegation.
Once a Hoya starts to put on flower buds do not disturb it, and after it has bloomed don't remove the spent flowers. Allow the dead flowers to fall off on their own. This interesting plant doesn't like to be repotted unless it's absolutely necessary.
- Light: Indirect Sunlight – This plant needs at least some natural light so place it somewhere with windows nearby.
- Water: Not Thirsty – This plant can go several weeks without water so only water it when the soil completely dries out.
- Tips: This plant needs well-draining soil.