Another must-have plant for Hoya lovers out there! The vines of this plant will change color according to how much light they receive. Turning pink is this houseplant’s way of showing you that it's receiving the perfect light. The brighter the indirect light, the more pink variegation these plants may produce.
Soil: Lightweight, fast-draining potting mix
Light: bright indirect
Toxic to pets and humans when ingested.
Please note: Hoya won’t flower unless it receives very bright indirect sunlight. A south-facing window would be ideal, although eastern and western exposures may also work if they are bright enough. This plant will even tolerate a little direct sunlight.