Hindu Rope Hoya has draping vines that resemble thick ropes with their crowded, contorted leaves. These fleshy, curled leaves, which may be either solid dark green in color or variegated green and white, have an attractive glossy or waxy appearance. The clusters of small star-shaped flowers are also often waxy. And they are so delightfully perfect, they appear to be made of porcelain.
With minimal effort, you can enjoy the Hindu rope plant’s remarkable foliage for many, many years – even decades! And with just a little patience and added attention, you will be treated to its exquisite flower clusters.
Below are some tips and tricks to best care for your Hoya Hindu Rope!
Light: Bright, indirect sunlight will offer the best results but this babe can be acclimated to lower light conditions.
Water: Let these dry out a bit before you water next. They are best on a desert plant watering schedule.