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Hoya Rotundiflora is a vine-type of Hoya producing little fuzzy leaves. It produces many clusters of tiny white flowers in spring and summer and its very delicate smell is quite dreamy!
To keep it in perfect shape, here are things you need to know:

  • Thrives In Bright Indirect Sun
  • Between 50 And 80ºF, Best Around 60-85%+ Humidity
  • Water When The Top 1” To 2” Is Dry - Frequent Watering
  • The Milky Latex Running In The Plant Can Cause Allergic Reactions. Do Not Touch Or Ingest.
  • 100% Regular Potting Soil + Fertilization
  • Normal/Fast Growth Rate, Up To 15+ Feet Long!!!

In-Depth Care Guide

The waxy leaves, the pretty flowers and the dreamy scent make this Hoya rotundiflora a must have - make sure to have it in your collection. It is a very good choice for beginners since it is a low-maintenance plant. Here's more detailed information about how to take care of this beauty:


Hoya rotundiflora likes moist soil and needs frequent watering.
You may need to water the plant once to three times a week in summer. In winter, once every 10 days is enough since lower temperatures make the soil longer to get dry.

Make sure to not let any water accumulate in the roots, leading to plant suffocation and death.
Overwatering the plant may cause stress and infections. It goes the same way around: a very dry plant will grow orange/yellow leaves and lose its structural strength.

Pro tip: it is sometimes recommended to water the plant with low-chlorine and lukewarm water.


Your Rotundiflora will be very happy under bright indirect sun. A few hours of direct sun will be okay, but a longer exposure will hurt the plant. If the leaves start turning yellow/brown-ish : put it in a slightly darker spot.

Keep in mind that these are coming from Thai forests: they're growing under trees canopy - they're not used to direct bright light!


We recommend using a soil mix of 100% regular potting soil. A good soil for Hoya rotundiflora is a well draining soil because this vine plant can dry out fast. Growing mixtures with coarse/large particles are ideal.


Hoya rotundiflora will grow faster and have a better appearance if you fertilize it frequently.

Consider using a good quality houseplant fertilizer once a month in spring and summer.

Stop fertilizing by end-summer to next spring.


Since this Hoya comes from very humid forests of Thailand, it will love staying above 70% of humidity! However, since it is a succulent plant, the layer of wax on the leaves will help keep the moisture making rotundiflora a plant tolerating a drier environment.

If your house or the immediate surroundings around the plant is quite dry, you might need to use humidifiers or pebble trays. Misting indirectly will also help raising the room's humidity levels. Try not to mist the flowers.


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