Hoya Heuschkeliana belongs to the family of Apocynaceae. This adorable species grows small green leaves on cascading branches with several clusters of flowers during the warmer months. Hoya Heuschkeliana is a fast grower and a resilient plant.
For Hoya Heuschkeliana, medium to bright light is best – within a few feet of a window. Hoya Heuschkeliana likes to be in the shade, though, so ensure the light is indirect. If the window receives direct sunlight for a few hours each day, consider using a light curtain to diffuse the light.
With its thick water-storing leaves and mostly short roots, Hoya Heuschkeliana does not need much water. Water it as you would a succulent – let the soil entirely dry before watering thoroughly. Keep the soil of Hoya Heuschkeliana moist during the spring and summer season, that is, its active growing season.
Hoya Heuschkeliana likes to sit in partial sunlight. During summer and spring, water your Hoya Heuschkeliana frequently( about 1-3 times a week depending on how warm and dry your environment is). Reduce watering in autumn and winter to about 1-2 times a week. During the growing season, make sure to regularly feed your Hoya Heuschkeliana. You can use a balanced, liquid fertilizer for that purpose. In winter, feed less. This plant does best in temperatures around 60 degrees Fahrenheit (15 degrees Celsius).