Enhance your green space with the captivating beauty of hoya plants! When you buy hoya plants online from Flora, you're not just getting a plant—you're getting a piece of living art. Known for their thick, waxy leaves and clusters of star-shaped flowers, hoya plants are a stunning addition to any home.

Originally found in the tropical forests of Asia and Australia, hoyas have adapted to a variety of indoor environments, making them a versatile choice for plant lovers. Fun fact: Hoya plants are often called "porcelain flowers" due to the delicate, intricate appearance of their blooms. Explore our hoya plants for sale and bring a touch of elegance to your indoor garden.

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  • Watering

    To keep your hoya plant healthy, allow the top inch of soil to dry out before watering. These plants thrive with less frequent watering, so be cautious not to overwater. Stay tuned for a detailed watering guide coming soon.

  • Lighting

    For the best growth, place your hoya plant in a spot with bright, indirect light. While they can handle some direct sun, prolonged exposure can harm the leaves. Learn more about lighting for hoyas in our detailed guide soon.

  • Care Guide

    Caring for hoya plants is simple: provide bright, indirect light, allow soil to dry between waterings, and maintain moderate humidity. Check out our comprehensive care guide coming soon for more tips on keeping your hoya thriving.

Ready to add a unique and resilient plant to your collection? Buy hoya plants from Flora and experience the joy of growing these extraordinary beauties. Known for their longevity and stunning appearance, hoya plants make a wonderful addition to any home. Whether you're a novice or a seasoned plant parent, you'll find our selection of hoya plants for sale perfect for enhancing your green space. Don't miss out—order your hoya plant online today and enjoy the lasting beauty it brings to your home.

Hoya Plant FAQ

What is a hoya plant?

A hoya plant, also known as a wax plant, is a type of tropical plant renowned for its thick, waxy leaves and clusters of star-shaped, fragrant flowers. Native to Southeast Asia, hoyas are popular houseplants due to their low-maintenance nature and stunning appearance.

What does a hoya plant look like?

Hoya plants typically have thick, waxy leaves that are often green but can vary in color. Their flowers are star-shaped, fragrant, and can be white, pink, or red. The blooms often appear in clusters, adding a striking visual appeal to any indoor garden.

How often to water hoya plant?

Hoya plants should be watered when the top inch of soil is dry to the touch. Overwatering can lead to root rot, so it's important to let the soil dry out between waterings. For more detailed watering tips, refer to our upcoming comprehensive guide.

How much light does a hoya plant need?

Hoya plants thrive in bright, indirect light. They can tolerate some direct sunlight, but too much can scorch their leaves. Ideally, place them in a spot with plenty of natural light without prolonged exposure to direct sun.

How long does a hoya plant live?

Hoya plants are known for their longevity, often living for several decades with proper care. Some species can even outlive their original owners, making them a cherished and lasting addition to any plant collection.

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  • Step 1

    We use wood fiber to cover our soil to help prevent soil spillage.

  • Step 2

    The wood fiber is placed over the soil, right under the foliage. 

  • Step 3

    We then use a plastic bag to cover the planter and wood fiber portion of the plant. 

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    Next we secure it tightly with a zip-tie.

  • Step 5

    We then place the houseplant in a paper bag and secure it safely with a rubber band.

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