New to plant parenting or haven't had much success in the past... Hoya's are a great option. These popular houseplants are semi succulents meaning that they retain water in their leaves than a typical leafy houseplant. This makes them drought-tolerant, and, overall, relatively easy to care for, meaning they are forgiving when you forget about them!
Let's discuss the Hoya obovata. It's a unique variety that is identified by its large, deep green oval leaves that often have a silver ‘splash’ pattern which are a less common find. These plants also vine and love to climb.
CARE: Hoya obovata requires very little ongoing care and maintenance. They do best in bright, sunny windows and require infrequent watering.
Light: Bright (direct morning sun okay) Water: When dry Soil: Very well draining mix Temp: Typical household temps - do not place in front of fans or vents Growth rate: Fast