Hoya Macrophylla
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Hoya Macrophylla

Welcome to our guide to hoya macrophylla

Hoya Macrophylla Care Summary

Light needs:Bright indirect sunlight.
Watering needs:Check the soil once a week and water when totally dry.
Fertilizer:A balanced fertilizer once a month in the spring and summer.
Soil:A mix of equal parts soil, perlite and orchid bark.
Humidity:60%.
Temperature:15-28°C (59-82°F)
Where to buy:Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.
Common issues:Root rot.

Introduction

The hoya macrophylla is a relatively easy to care for hoya with large (for a hoya) tear drop shaped leaves. We run down all you need to know…

Hoya Macrophylla Light Needs

Bright indirect sunlight is best, they will be ok with a bit less.

How Often to Water

Check the soil once a week and water when totally dry. They must not sit in soggy soil for very long.

Fertilizer

Use a balanced fertilizer once a month in the spring and summer.

Hoya Macrophylla Soil

A mix of equal parts soil, perlite and orchid bark is ideal.

When To Repot

They do not need regular repotting and are ok to be a bit pot bound. Check them in Spring and repot if crowding.

Humidity

60% is ideal for hoyas like this.

Temperature

The temperature range 15-28°C (59-82°F) is best, so they will be just fine most homes.

Where To Buy

Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.

Hoya Macrophylla FAQs and Common Problems

Root rot is a very common issue, hoyas are epiphytes and grow up in trees naturally in bark, so they must not sit wet soil.

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Hoya Macrophylla
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