Hoya Mathilde hanging ⌀14cm

Pot size ⌀14cm


Hoya plants are a group of tropical vining plants in the family Apocynaceae, also known as the milkweed family. They are native to Asia, Australia, and the Pacific Islands, and are popular as houseplants due to their attractive foliage and fragrant flowers.

Hoya Mathilde is a hybrid Hoya plant that was created by crossing Hoya carnosa and Hoya serpens. It is a popular plant among Hoya enthusiasts because of its beautiful variegated leaves and fragrant pink flowers. Hoya Mathilde is relatively easy to care for and thrives in bright, indirect light with well-draining soil. It is important to allow the soil to dry out slightly between waterings and to fertilize the plant occasionally during the growing season.

Hoya plants are also known as wax plants or wax vines, as their leaves and flowers are covered in a waxy substance that gives them a shiny, glossy appearance. The leaves are typically thick and leathery, and many Hoya species produce clusters of small, star-shaped flowers that are often sweetly scented.

Hoya plants are relatively easy to care for and can be grown in a range of conditions, from bright indirect light to low light. They prefer well-draining soil and should be allowed to dry out slightly between waterings. Hoya plants also benefit from occasional fertilization during the growing season.

There are many different Hoya species and cultivars available, each with their own unique characteristics and care requirements. Some popular Hoya species include Hoya carnosa, Hoya pubicalyx, and Hoya kerrii.

◉ Each plant is unique and may therefore differ from the images shown, which are for illustration purposes only; size and shape may vary by season so all measurements shown are approximate 
◉ Supplied in original nursery grow pot

Care guide

Hoya Mathilde
Southern China

Light: Bright Indirect, part shade

Water: 1x every 10-14 days

Humidity: Average to high

Feed: 1x per month

Pet friendly: Yes