Hoya hainanensis

Hoya hainanensis

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The Hoya hainanensis, charmingly known as the Hainan Wax Plant or Porcelain Flower, is a remarkable species native to the tropical paradise of Hainan Island, China. This plant, first described in 1923 by the notable American botanist Elmer Drew Merrill, is a stunning representation of the Hoya genus.

Caring for the Hoya hainanensis is quite straightforward, making it suitable for plant enthusiasts of all levels. It thrives in warm, humid climates and prefers bright, indirect light. Propagation is commonly done through stem cuttings, which should be planted in moist, well-draining soil and nurtured in a warm, humid environment until rooting occurs.

This plant not only enhances the aesthetics of your living space but also connects you to the rich, tropical heritage of its native land. The Hoya hainanensis is truly a treasure for plant lovers, bringing a slice of exotic charm to your collection. 

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Care Needs


Recreate a dense forest environment. Very little, if any, direct sunlight should hit the plant at any time of the day.

High Humidity: Above 60%

Will benefit from high humidity care. Will likely require humidifiers, daily misting, grouping with other plants, and more.

Loves Heat: Lowest 70F/21C

This hoya does not do well in cold conditions, so be sure to keep in a greenhouse or other temperature controlled space.

Does Not Sunstress

This plant will not change color under bright light.

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