Hoya Pachyclada is an unusual and beautiful Hoya. It has the delicate, waxy texture that you will find on many Hoya plants, however, it is also called the “Hairy-stemmed Hoya” because of its hairy stem, which it uses for clinging to cliffs in its natural habitat.

Hoya "Pachyclada"

  • Water Requirements: Light water in well-drained soil. Let plant completely dry between waterings.

    Sun Exposure: Bright indirect light. This is a plant that does not light direct sun to touch its leaves. 

    Mature Height: 10 to 13 feet (vining) 

    Mature Spread: 1 foot

    Hardiness: Zones 9-11 if outdoors (makes a great indoor or patio plant)

    Danger: non-toxic 

    Propagation Method: stem cuttings & seeds