Welcome to our guide to the Hoya Cumingiana all to you need to know about care and propagation…
Hoya Cumingiana Care Summary
|Light needs:||Bright indirect sunlight.|
|Watering needs:||Check soil weekly, only water if totally dry.|
|Fertilizer:||A balanced liquid feed in the warmer months.|
|Soil:||A Hoya Soil Mix|
|Where to buy:||Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.|
The hoya cumingiana is a beautiful little plant, they grow don’t vine down as much as other hoyas, they grow upright almost like a small zz plant.
Hoya Cumingiana Light Needs
Give them bright indirect sunlight.
Let them dry out between watering, check the soil weekly with your finger.
Feed them in the warmer months with a balanced liquid feed.
They want a super well draining mix, like a mix of cactus soil, orchid bark and perlite. See our guide for more info: Hoya Soil.
When to Repot Hoya Cumingiana
Repot them when the roots get crowded. You want to check them yearly in spring and then you can give them plenty of space to grow if needed over the forthcoming warmer months.
70% is ideal.
Aim for 21-27°C (70-80°F) in the daytime, don’t let them get down to freezing at night if you help it.
How to Propagate Hoya Cumingiana
They are easy to propagate with stem cuttings with a couple of leaves and one node each, and then shallow bury them in soil and keep it humid on a bag to root.
Where To Buy
Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.
FAQs and Common Problems
Overwatering is a common issue, underwatering is better than overwatering when it comes to a hoya! They hate heavy wet soil.
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