Native to Asia and Thailand, Hoya Nummularioides is a beautiful plant with enticing features. It has verdant green leaves, and despite their robust appearance, they are very fuzzy to touch. It grows in gorgeous vines and has bundles of tiny flowers in between. he flowers have shapes like little white stars, with vermillion centers. The natural contrast between snowy white flowers and lush green leaves is an aesthetically pleasing sight.
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: 3 to 5 feet (vining)
Mature Spread: 1 foot
Hardiness: Zones 9-11 if outdoors (makes a great indoor or patio plant)
Danger: sap is an internal and external irritant. Keep it out of reach of pets and children.
Propagation Method: stem cuttings & seeds