Hoya wayetti in 4" nursery pot
Hoya wayetii (or possibly kentiana),has narrow, thick leaves with a dark margin around the edges which can turn red when the plant is given more light. Many hoyas are well known for their fragrant, waxy, unique blooms, and Hoya wayetii eventually produces flowers that appear like small waxy balls held in a cluster. Though this particular species is not a heavy bloomer, the interesting leaves make up for it! Hoya wayetti will make a great addition to your personal jungle as a trailing or climbing vine. It grows slowly and does not need frequent repotting. It thrives in bright, indirect light. Humidity is helpful but not necessary. Just keep away from excessively dry locations, like near heaters. However, Hoyas do like it warm and love temps from 60-85. They need a fast draining container and like to dry out between watering.
Use a well-draining soil, and select a planter with drainage. Pet friendly!
This is for a well rooted, several cutting plant in a 4" nursery pot.