Posted 4M ago by @ProGraypine

I don’t know what to do with yellowing plant. Today I tried 1 Tablespoon of water. Is that too much water?
10ft to light, indirect
2” pot with drainage
Last watered 2 weeks ago
i think there’s too little light rather than it being a watering issue, 10ft and indirect is really dark- you can probably put them right by the window if it’s indirect.
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Hoya Kerrii leaves live about a year or two if they have no stems. It might just be its time. If it's starting to yellow, there's not much you can do. ): I'm sorry.

I know it doesn't help, but I'm in the same boat - I've only had these for less than two weeks.
Mine is new too
Maybe it needs more water? In my experience with such small pots I water through and then put it back in its container so that the mix is moist.
I have a new one and it’s was doing the same so I put it closer to a window for more sun and now it’s doing fine
4M ago
more sun! kerrii love the be in light-direct light or bright-indirect. when watering ensure that the soil is completely 100% dry, they are a succulent like plant and enjoy less water than usual! best of luck :)
Let the soil dry out more between waterings. Hoyas are going to be more like succulents in that respect. I’ve noticed the app recommends waterings a little too often at first! I was just reading up on my own and there’s tons of helpful information out there on YouTube and google.

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