Hoya Carnosa Sprinkles Splash
Hoya carnosa, the porcelainflower or wax plant, is an asclepiad species of flowering plant in the dogbane family Apocynaceae. It is one of the many species of Hoya that are native to Eastern Asia and Australia. It is a common house plant grown for its attractive waxy foliage, and sweetly scented flowers.
How do you care for a hoya splash?
Water regularly with room-temperature water, spring through summer. Let the top layer of soil dry between watering. In the fall and winter growth naturally slows down and they won’t use as much water. Water sparingly during fall and winter, give them just enough that the soil doesn’t dry out completely
Is hoya splash rare?
Hoya ‘Splash’ is a rare and unique Hoya with trailing foliage. It features beautiful green leaves with lots of silver markings and blooms with fuzzy white fragrant flowers! This plant will be packaged to absolute perfection
Is hoya splash a variegation?
Splash on the leaves is not variegation. It is stored energy in the form of starches.
Can hoya leaves get wet?
Hoyas are very good at storing moisture in their leaves. This means that even after the soil has dried out, they still have a vital supply of water available. What is this? So when it comes to watering Hoyas they’re definitely more at risk of overwatering than underwatering.