The best Hoya Curtisii care is to water from the top. I allow at least the top two inches to fully dry out between watering. They tend to be drought-tolerant and prefer to be a little dryer overall.
In respect to this, is Hoya Curtisii a slow grower?
Hoya curtisii. This hoya is a slow grower in the beginning, but when it takes off it gets to be a very full and healthy looking plant.
Keeping this in view, do Hoyas like sun or shade?
Hoyas grow in filtered light by choice, and though they will grow well in shade, they won’t flower unless given enough light. Morning sun or dappled light is best as hot summer sun can burn them.
Do Hoyas like to be misted?
To increase high humidity, and cleaning the leaves, misting is fine. Do not mist the your Hoya is budding or in flower. In spring Hoyas react favorably to feeding producing vigorous growth.
Yellowing leaves are a sign of too much water. Ensure the pot has good drainage and allow the surface of the soil to dry between watering. If the soil is staying too moist for too long, consider repotting into a mix which dries more quickly – see hoya soil.
Use fresh high quality potting soil and plant it to the same depth it was previously planted, but in the next size container. Prune back your hoya if all else fails. Cut off the damaged or diseased leaves and continue to provide proper care for your hoya.
They need bright light but indirect. Water the plant frequently enough in spring and summer that the soil is kept moist. Misting is also a good idea unless the plant is kept in the bathroom where shower steam will keep the air humid.
They actually like being pot bound & you’ll get a better bloom if you leave them be for a few years. I hadn’t repotted mine for 3 years & did it because the soil was way down in the pot. And, I didn’t jump up too big in pot size – you can see the difference in the video. … In terms of soil, Hoyas like a nice & rich mix.
Do Hoyas Like Coffee Grounds? Hoya plants exist in varieties, some of which love acidic environments while others do not. The hoya varieties that love acidic environments will appreciate a few coffee grounds.