The 1 that you see below is a cutting taken with 1 node which I rooted in water. The roots started to appear in about 4 weeks. Right after I filmed the video and took the pictures, I planted the cutting in the planter with the mother Hoya. The roots forming off the stem cutting.
Besides, how do you root a Hoya cutting?
Likewise, people ask, how long does it take a Hoya to root?
Wax flower cuttings typically form roots within three to four weeks. Those that resist gentle tugging after three weeks have begun to root. Their first leaf shoots usually follow within a month or six weeks. The complete transformation of your cutting into a 6- to 8-inch leafy plant requires from five to 11 months.
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.
Some bloom in the first year & others take a few years to establish before they bloom. My Hoya carnosa “variegata” took almost 3 years to bloom by the way, so be patient.
Do not mist the your Hoya is budding or in flower. In spring Hoyas react favorably to feeding producing vigorous growth. Fertilize using a balanced liquid food, once per month during the spring and summer growing season.
Clip off the leaves on the lower half of the shoot so you have a bare stem to insert into your potting mix. Then, if you want, dip the end of your stem in rooting hormone. This helps many cuttings root more quickly.