We cover all aspects of hoya mindorensis care...
Hoya Mindorensis Summary
|Light needs:||Bright indirect sunlight.|
|Watering needs:||Only water when it is almost dried out.|
|Fertilizer:||Use a balanced fertilizer once a month in spring and summer.|
|Soil:||Equal parts cactus soil and orchid mix.|
|Where to buy:||Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.|
|Common issues:||Overwatering and root rot.|
The hoya mindorensis is known for blooming relatively easily and often for a hoya. We cover all you need to know…
Indirect sunlight is best.
How Often To Water
Water your hoya as soon as it dries out, or when it is almost dried out.
Feed your plant a balanced feed once a month in spring and summer.
Hoya Mindorensis Soil
Use a commercial cactus compost mixed with the same amount of orchid mix (bark and perlite).
For more on hoya soil (what to buy and how to make your own) see our guide here: Hoya Soil.
When To Repot
Check your plant around Easter time and pot it up a size if it is crowded. Hoya like to be pot bound and grow fairly slowly compared to most houseplants, so don’t sweat repotting too much!
Aim for 60% humidity, these are tropical plants that will thrive in it.
A good range is 15-28°C (59-82°F), but if the temperature drop at night below this, they should be fine.
Where To Buy
Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.
Hoya Mindorensis FAQs And Common Problems
Be careful of overwatering or letting the plant sit in heavy wet soil, it’s an epiphyte so really does not like to sit in wet soil.
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