To hoya collectors and plant enthusiasts alike: meet the Hoya Macrophylla. This hoya’s vining, sturdy leaves are thick and textured with an ivy-white outline and green center. Keep the leaves dust-free by wiping them down regularly. Like most hoyas, this plant can adapt to low light or indirect bright light and likes to dry between waterings. Given the right light, this hoya blooms tiny scented white flowers.
Details & Care
SM—5"-10" tall (including recycled plastic Ecopot) Size Guide
Low to Bright Indirect
Yes—Non-toxic and pet-friendly
Yes—Releases oxygen and absorbs pollutants
- Healthy plant pre-potted with premium soil
- Plant size: 5″-10″ tall (including pot)
- Small Ecopots pot and saucer
- Pot size: 6.3″ in diameter, 5″ tall
- Saucer size: 6″ in diameter
- All the tips and tricks for expert-level care
The vining Hoya Macrophylla is a unique hoya that’s easy to care for and propagate. This hoya’s thick ivory and green leaves are produced along long tendrils that can also bloom tiny white flowers. This plant does not have a fast growth rate, so it won’t quickly outgrow that perfect spot.
The Hoya Macrophylla is native to Australia where you’ll find it growing on other plants and trees. You’ll notice its tendrils reaching out around it, and you can encourage large leaf growth by providing a stake or moss pole. This hoya can be placed in low to indirect bright light, and watered only when the soil volume is all the way dry. You can easily propagate through cuttings.Additional Resources: