Hoya Diversifolia has very diverse leaf growing pattern. Overall, the leaves are thick and leathery, with some leaves being dimpled, some will be veiny and other will be smooth all on the same plant. The flowers are bundles of pale yellow petals that have a pink pearly tinge. The corona is dark pink with a pin point pale yellow centre.
Hoyas are known for their use as air purifiers and it’s no wonder why Hoya plants produce oxygen at night! Hoyas also have many other properties that make them useful additions to homes and offices. Hoyas are easy to care for and they don’t require much light or water, making them perfect low-maintenance houseplants.
Hoya Diversifolia Plant Care
Light: The Diversifolia grows best in a well-lit position indoors with plenty of bright and indirect sunlight. If it is placed in a spot that is too shady it will experience slower rates of growth.
Soil: Ideally an airy, lightweight and chunky potting mix. Tired of mixing your own? Try our tried and tested Aroid & Hoya Potting Mix!
Watering: This plant prefers to be dry down thoroughly in between waterings. Like most Hoya varieties, they appreciate higher levels of humidity.
Climate: The Diversifolia withstands regular household temperatures but doesn't respond well to abnormally low indoor temperatures.