Harmony

Hoya Krimson Queen

direct_sunlight Direct sunlight
window-distance 6.6ft to light
sunlight-hours 1-3 hrs light
window-orientation East
4.7" pot
pot-drainage Drainage
pot-type Plastic
soil-type Regular
outdoor-plant Outdoor
🎂 Feb 2nd
water@4x 79 Waters
snooze@4x 3 Snoozes
🔥 5x Streaks

Harmony should be watered every 12 days and was last watered on Sunday May 19th.

#Hoya Discussion

New Hoya Mom-Help!

Too much? Too little?

My hoya tri color is dropping leaves

My baby was slloooww growing for quite a while...today is her 3rd birthday at my house and she is finally really growing. She's got shy but lovely energy. ❤️

What happened?

I took my Krimson Queen Hoya down to water today and I was so pleasantly greeted by her new growth! Not only do I have an all white leaf, we have multiple baby leaves of different colors and some pink stems. I wasn’t around for #FreshLeafFriday but I just had to share. 😍💜🥰 #Hoya #HoyaHeads #HoyaHangout #KrimsonQueen #HappyPlants #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #PlantAddict #NewGrowth #PlantTherapy #HangingPlants #HoyaKrimsonQueen

I just found 2 aphids on my new Hoya Krimson Queen😣 luckily I already had neem oil spray and sprayed down with water first. How long has it taken anyone to get rid of aphids on their Hoya? How often did you spray / did you use neem oil or anything else?

Sorry plant family I haven’t been around, after a pain full surgery I now find myself in rehab Learning how to walk again. I don’t know how my plants are doing my baby girl is at home taking care of them she said she’s doing a good job so I believe her can’t wait to get back on my feet literally.

My #Hoya has hardly grown at all in the 10 months since my mother in law gave us a cutting from her 49 (!!) year old plant. I was a houseplant newbie back then, and had put it in far too large a pot without drainage. Yesterday I downsized its pot size from 7" to 5" with drainage and changed the soil type to orchid bark with sphagnum moss and LECA. This should give its roots much better aeration. I cleaned the roots off as best as I could during the transplant by soaking them in a mixture of 1 part hydrogen peroxide to 9 parts water, and cut off any dead or rotting bits. It’s now nested in its old hanging pot, sitting on a couple pieces of cardboard within to boost it up, with some Spanish moss filling the gaps around the new 5” pot. It’s location didn’t get quite enough light, either, so I added a grow light. Fingers crossed this helps, and that I see some new growth in the coming months!

My Hoya has these milky white spots on her leaves and on the stems , I’ve seen this on my other Hoya as well… is this a normal hoya thing or is this a disease of some sort?