Bright Indirect Light
Keep this plant in a bright sunny room where it will receive lots of light, but little to no harsh direct light.
Allow the soil to dry completely and stay dry before watering fully, as infrequently as once every other week or once a month. Increase watering frequency with increased light.
This plant is not safe for pets.
A rare variety of hoya, displaying long skinny, delicate looking tendrils that will cascade down, perfect for a hanging basket or a shelf. This variety of hoya produces single flower blooms with red centers when grown in the right conditions. The retusa requires typical hoya care, keep your plant in a bright but indirect light, and allow the soil to dry fully between waterings. A succulent and cactus soil blend is perfect for these drought tolerant plants, and will ensure that the soil does not stay too wet, keeping your watering routine simple and easy.
Pro Tip: Consistent bright full sun, and keeping your hoya slightly rootbound, will increase chances of blooming!