Hoya carnosa 'Krimson Queen' is a must-have in any tropical house plant collection. Its long vines grow multi-colored variegated leaves. This plant has thick stems and leaves, so it can longer between waterings than many tropical house plants.
This variegated house plant is also known as Hoya 'Tricolor'. This is because the leaves are variegated shades of cream and green -and the new growth is often stunning shades of PINK!
This plant also blooms fragrant clusters of light pink flowers.
About the plant for sale
This listing is for one live rooted Hoya carnosa 'Krimson Queen' plant, currently growing in a 4”. Each pot has at least two well-rooted stems, similar to pictured.
The plant for sale is the plant pictured or one similar. Please allow for some variance among live plants, especially this variegated type. We do not have individual pictures of this plant.
We ship the most variegated plant available at the time of your order.
Semi-bare root shipping
This plant ships semi-bare root. This means that the roots will be surrounded with damp soil so that they do not dry out during shipment. A pot is not included, so you will need to plan to pot your plant when it arrives.
Alternatively, if you do not have soil and a pot right away, you can submerge the roots of the Hoya plant in water until you are ready to pot it. Make sure the roots stay under the water and refresh the water every couple of days.
About Hoya Wax Plants
Often grown as indoor or house plants, these semi-succulent, epiphytic plants are relatively easy-to-grow. They thrive where they receive bright indirect light, warm temperatures, high humidity and adequate air circulation.
This is a spiller, or hanging, plant (hangs over the edge or dangles) for indoor plants, pots, or containers. The variegation on the lives makes it a high-contrast live touch to your home decor. Living gift. Unique and hard-to-find flowering variegated plant.
|Plant Details and Tips for Proper Care. Research and observe your plant. Adjust these tips as your zone and plant requires.|
|GROWING SEASONS:||Fall, Spring and Summer|
|USDA Hardiness Zones:||8 - 11 (10 °F to 50 °F)|
|LIGHT:||Part Sun; Full Bright-Shade
*Transition your plant to sun slowly after transplanting. A few days of bright shade / filtered light and then gradually introduce small amounts of morning sun.
|WATER:||Water when soil is dry to the touch, but do not over water. May rot if too damp. Will require less water when dormant.|